I’m an app-aholic. I have much also lots of apps on my iOS tool, and I add to even more almost every day.

iOS homescreen

I don’t consistently put in the time to arrange them, so my homescreen panels in some cases come to be a jumbled mess of arbitrary applications. The mayhem is periodically fun, however the majority of the moment it is discouraging as I cannot find the application that I want to open. Is the app on display # 4 or # 7? Or is it in a folder I made last month and afterwards forgot about?

iOS spotlight search

If you cannot locate an app that you installed on your iOS device, do not worry, simply ignite Limelight search by just swiping down from the top of your home monitor. Kind the name of your application into the search industry and the app will certainly appear in the search results page, if it is set up on your phone. If you are uncertain how you can utilize Limelight for iOS, you can comply with Steven Sande’s helpful video tutorial, which will certainly stroll you with the process.

Purchased Apps List

If you can’t discover the application in your Spotlight search, then it is feasible the application was deleted by gremlins (or your children) when you weren’t looking. To locate applications that you have purchased but are not installed on your tool, you should hop over to the iOS App Store. Launch the App Store app then tap on the “Updates” button in the right, bottom edge.

On top of the display, you’ll see a web link for “Purchased” applications. Tap on that “Bought” connected to list all your purchased applications. You can see the full listing of bought applications or filter it by revealing just those that are not mounted on this iPhone.

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