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We understand that you've noticed apps moving to the 'Other' category and then being reclassified at a later time. Happy to help with this.
Here are the steps to use App Library on iOS 14 and search for any app: Step 1: The first step is to launch the App Library on your iPhone by swiping right on the screen. Step 2: Click on the search bar, and enter the app that you're looking for. Step 3: Click on the app to launch it. In iOS 14 and later, new downloads also show up in the Recently Added section of the App Library. When you download a new app on your iPhone, you can actually have it moved straight to the App.
Mar 11, 2021 The App Library is found by swiping right to left on the last Home Screen page that currently holds apps on your iPhone. That could be two swipes, it could be dozens of swipes, and will depend on. On the App Library page, you'll see a grid of folders, each with a name denoting the category of apps contained within. These aren't standard folders, though, as Apple has sprinkled a bit of magic. Tap the App Library search bar to search for an app. It's the search bar at the top of the App Library screen. This opens a list of all apps on your iPhone in alphabetical order. You can search for an app by typing its name into the search bar, or simply scroll through the list.
Apps are categorized in the App Library automatically, based on information provided by the app developer. It is possible that an app could be classified one way and then edited in a software update at a later time.
While Apps cannot be categorized manually, there are many ways to find the app you are looking for. Placing frequently used apps on the Home Screen is one option. Utilizing Search is a quick way to pull up the app you need as well.
Hope this helps!
May 10, 2021 6:56 PM