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Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Sort Applications on App Drawer

There are so many things that you can do while you on app drawer on your Samsung Galaxy SIII. One of them is you can hide certain apps in order to make another person don't know that this apps is running on your phone.

See also: How to Hide or Unhide Apps on Samsung Galaxy S3

One more thing you can do while on app drawer is customizing its layout. You can choose which view type you wish to use to sort the apps on the app drawer.

How to sort apps on app drawer?
Here are the steps you need to do to sort the apps:
  1. Go to Apps through Home screen.
  2. Tap the Menu key.
  3. On pop up menu select View type.
  4. Now you will see three options available. They are:
    • Customizable grid: By default, your phone was set to this option. If you choose this option then you will be able to view your apps in 4x5 grid layout and you can arrange your apps as you like.
    • Alphabetical grid: If you select this option then you will be able to view your apps in 4x5 grid layout which is organized alphabetically.
    • Alphabetical grid: If you select this option then you will be able to view your apps in a vertical scrolling which is organized alphabetically. This view type also features a letter list to facilitate you when you want to jump to apps that begin with the letter you touch.
  5. Select the view type you want to use. When the dot indicator next to the option shows green means the option is selected.
  6. Now your apps will be sorted according to the view type you've just selected.
  7. Tap the Home button to return to the standby mode.

Customizing the apps layout on the app drawer with the view type which best suits you will make you more easier when you want to use them. So, what the view type you use on your app drawer?


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