App Organization Cydia Style
iPhone apps organizer apps are very common in Cydia. There are several tools, both old and new, which make it quite easy to customize and organize your iPhone home-screen. There are many different tools including an iPhone apps organizer which allows you to place your apps into folders.
One of the original iPhone apps organizer tools, SBOrganizer allows you to do just about anything with your icons. Added support for iOS4 means SBOrganizer is not ready to become a thing of the past. Using this tool it is possible to reorder and reorganize apps directly on your iPhone, in just about any manner.
iOS4 folders are supported, meaning it is possible to move apps in and out of folders. Apps are quickly moved and reorganized and the app even supports alternate table row coloring. SBOrganizer is a great way to reorganize and reorder your apps, especially on iOS4. SBOrganizer can be found in the Big Boss Cydia Repo at a reasonable cost of $0.99.
More of an iPhone apps organizer alternative, AppFlow allows applications to be launched using cover flow style. Once you begin to use this app, you will quickly realize it is far superior to the home-screen method of launching apps.
You can customize the order of the apps, along with several other settings. Simply launch the AppFlow app (using one of many shortcut schemes, including shaking the iPhone) and scroll through your apps. Tap an app to launch it. AppFlow can be downloaded for free on Cydia from the ModMyi Repo.
Categories is yet another great iPhone apps organizer. This tool will allow you to arrange the iPhone apps into categories, similar to folders. Custom icons can be set and there are a great set of pre-made icons already included.
The app is very simple to use, contents of each category can be quickly rearranged and new apps can be added and removed with the touch of a finger. Using categories is a great way to tidy up your iPhone and find exactly what you are looking for.