How to Send New iPhone Apps to App Library in iOS 14

When you download an app it usually appears either on your Home Screen or a subsequent screen of apps. In iOS 14, you can have it moved straight to the App Library and the relevant app category, instead of it appearing on the Home Screen or another screen of apps. By doing so, you can reduce the Home Screen clutter

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When you download an app it usually appears either on your Home Screen or a subsequent screen of apps. In iOS 14, you can have it moved straight to the App Library and the relevant app category, instead of it appearing on the Home Screen or another screen of apps. By doing so, you can reduce the Home Screen clutter. Let’s explore how this is done.

This is for the iPhone running iOS 14

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First, open the Settings app (the gear icon). Refer to below image:

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Accessing Settings

Now, scroll down to the Home Screen section and tap it, See below image:

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Acc essing the Home Screen section

Next, under the New App Downloads heading, select the App Library Only option. See following image:

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Enabling sending new apps to the App Library

If you want to see notification badges (like number of unread Tweets) for apps in the App Library, tap the toggle next to the Show In App Library option. Refer to below image:

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Enabling new apps notifications

That it’s . When you download new apps, they will show up in the App Library instead of on your Home Screen. See below image fpr an App Library page:

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The App Libtary page (trhe last page of your Home Screen)

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