This article will teach you how to find your hidden iPhone apps; we previously provided a guide on how to do so.
If you have a lot of applications and don’t want to have too many pages of apps on your Home Screen, the iPhone has a function that allows you to conceal apps from your Home Screen. You can hide entire pages of apps from your device in addition to just one app.
I typically do this with apps that I use occasionally but not frequently so they are still installed on your device and accessible when you need them.
How do I locate apps that have been hidden on my iPhone?
You may slide right until the search bar displays at the top of your display to find apps that are hidden on your smartphone. You may then search for the app on your smartphone by typing its name into the search box. I’ve used the eBay app in this example; all you have to do to utilize it is click on it.
Additionally, finding apps on your iPhone’s App Library is simple. Swiping from right to left through the app pages on your device will allow you to do this.
The App Library is the final option. Here, you can once more type in the name of the app you want to find, and it will show up at the top of your device.
As we can see from the screenshot, the eBay app that we have hidden is found in the Shopping & Food section of the app library. This is another way to find apps in the app library.
How do I locate hidden pages of apps on the iPhone?
You must do a long tap on the Home Screen of your iPhone until the applications begin to bounce on the screen in order to find a hidden page of apps. The Home Screen’s many pages will now be displayed when you tap the dots at the bottom of the screen.
The fourth page is hidden from the Home Screen, as seen in the screenshot above. This can be easily changed by selecting the check mark on this page, which will cause it to be displayed once more on your device.