How Guardian readers arrange the icons on their smartphones

Last week Alex Hern advised how to arrange apps on your home screen. But not everybody agreed – and here are their alternatives

On Friday, I shared what I believe to be the correct way to sort the icons on your smartphone: a slow-and-steady system for shifting them up and down the screen, and across multiple pages, each time you tap on one to open it. Eventually, you end up with a rough frequency sort, adjusted for whether or not you open a particular app more from notifications or widgets than from tapping it on the home screen.

People disagreed with my method. This is fine. They are wrong. But in the interests of fairness, here are some of the best alternative suggestions from readers.

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from Technology | The Guardian http://bit.ly/2v9JOAX

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