My Minimal iPhone

Last week I did something radical. I completely hid every single application on my phone from view. Everything. From then on, I used the iPhone search functionality to launch everything. Progressively, I started to show icons for the apps that I used frequently ( > 5 times a week at least ). This is the result:


Everything else, when needed, is loaded through search. However, even those apps are rarely used. The nice part of this setup is that it’s incredibly easy to find what I actually use on a day to day basis. If I can’t remember to load something up via search, I must not use it that much. This has been partly inspired by the folks over at Minimal Mac