Editors' note: This article was originally published on October 1, 2013, and has since been updated. Apple still won't let you send more than five pictures at a time, which can make for some serious sharing hassles. Here are some workarounds. For all the changes and improvements (some might say "improvements") iOS has delivered over the years, there's one curious limitation still imposed by Apple. If you want to email someone more than five photos, you can't. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.
If having five icons in the dock just isn't your speed, add the Apps Button back with a long-press on the home screen and then tap Home screen settings > Apps Button > Show Apps Button, Keep in mind, adding the Apps Button back to the dock does not disable the ability to swipe up or down on a home screen to open the app drawer, Instead of the apps button, Samsung now uses a swipe up or down on any home screen mudcloth big arrows in black and white iphone case to open the app drawer, In the app drawer, a horizontal swipe will cycle through pages of installed apps, A vertical swipe will take you back to the home screen..
Once you adjust to the new method, it becomes second nature. Trust us. For those switching from an iPhone to Android, welcome! Adjusting to having apps in an app drawer, with shortcuts on a home screen can be confusing. For the first time, Samsung is giving users the option to ditch an app drawer and lay it all out on the home screen. Long-press on the home screen, tap Home screen settings > Home screen layout > Home screen only. An alert will show up, letting you know your current layout will vanish, never to return.
For as long as I can remember, Android handled the management of apps with a long-press on the app icon then dragging it to a label at the top of the screen; whether it was to mudcloth big arrows in black and white iphone case remove the app from the home screen, uninstall it, or some other task, With the Galaxy S8, Samsung has changed how you manage apps, Long-press on an app and a small card with the same actions, plus a couple of extra, will pop up, For system apps, the list of options may include moving it to the home screen, remove a shortcut, or disable the app, For third-party apps, the same options are present, but disable is replaced by uninstall..
Previously, the spot to the left of your home screen has been reserved for news app Flipboard. That's now gone, replaced with Bixby Home. Bixby Home contains a series of cards, curated using various methods, including who you contact at specific times, news updates, step totals, and so on. With a dedicated button to launch Bixby, is there a need to have it on the home screen as well? A short press of the button will start Bixby Home, regardless of what screen you're using. (Holding in the Bixby button for a brief moment will, eventually, launch Bixby Voice.).