Howdy!

 

It's a brand new year, guys! Which means it's time to do some spring cleaning of apps on your phone―in my case, an iPhone 6. Care to share what's on your homescreen?

 

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The first page of my homescreen is dedicated to stock Apple apps (aka. apps I don't often use). Why? Because there are a lot of alternatives out there, which we'll get into in a bit. The only utility stock apps I find useful are Calculator, Clock, and Weather, mostly because I'm too lazy to download third-party apps for these.

 

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My most used apps can be found on the second page. As you can see, it's mostly utility/productivity apps with just one social app: Instagram. To start, Between is a messaging app/mini social network designed for couples. Then there's Google's suite of apps―Drive, Gmail, Calendar, Keep, Maps, Photos, PhotoScan, and Youtube―because absolutely enjoy Google's services.

 

Flipboard is where I do most of my reading to catch up on the rest of the world happening around me. I also have GCash and GServices, as I find these really helpful in making online payments and managing my Globe postpaid account. I use LastPass to keep track of my passwords, Momentum to help me maintain good habits I want to cultivate this year, Pocket for offline reading, and Priime as my main photo-editing app (just about everyone uses VSCO ).

 

I have SHAREit to transfer files between to non-Apple devices, Skitch to annotate my notes and images, Viber, and of course, my favorite app of all time, Waze, and lastly Wunderlist as my to-do app.

 

In case you're wondering, I don't have Spotify because I use Apple Music.

 

This is my homescreen to start 2017. What's yours? Share your screenshots below.