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Are you struggling to manage the growing number of iPhone apps that you have downloaded from the App Store? Do you find it painful to re-arrange the iPhone apps across multiple home screens and keep them organized?

If the answer is yes, then you will appreciate the iTunes-based solution to manage iPhone apps proposed by an iPhone user who calls himself svdomer09.

He has published an impressive concept video to show how it should work.

Apple introduced the feature of allowing upto 9 customized home screens and support for pagination in iPhone firmware 1.1.3 in Jan 2008.

However with the launch of the App Store in July 2008, it has become difficult to manage the growing number of iPhone apps on iPhone’s home screen. It is also a tedious task to keep re-arranging the iPhone apps.

We have seen some good iPhone apps such as QuickGold which gives you a quick way to search and launch iPhone apps and Categories app which helps you organize apps on your iPhone’s home screen by allowing you to create categories in the form of folders so that you can move the iPhone apps into them to reduce the clutter. However, both these iPhone apps are only available for the jailbroken iPhone.

We had also published an easier method to rearrange iPhone apps across multiple home screens.

But the iTunes-based system to manage iPhone apps proposed by svdomer09 is quiet neat.

You can checkout the concept video of the iTunes-based app management system:

So do you think this is the solution?

In my opinion, it doesn’t solve the problem completely as paging through upto 9 home screens to launch an iPhone app is not very efficient.

The proposed iTunes-based app management system is definitely a much easier way to arrange iPhone apps on the first and maybe the second home-screen as it will be a lot easier to sort the iPhone apps on the computer rather than the iPhone (congratulations to svdomer09 for creating such a cool concept) but I would still prefer to use quick launcher apps such as QuickGold to launch an app.

Let’s hope Apple Engineers take notice of this concept and release a much better app management solution for the iPhone in future firmware updates.

What do you think about the iTunes-based solution to manage iPhone apps? Do you think its the solution to the problem? How do manage the growing number of iPhone apps on the home screen? Please drop us a line in the comments section below to give us your thoughts on how to solve this problem.


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