Have you ever wanted all apps on Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus home screen to show? Among the many arguments that iOS fans have against the Android devices, Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus offer one of the most debatable ones: the duality of the Home Screen and the App Drawer. iOS devices display all their apps and widgets’ icons in one place, the Home Screen, whereas Galaxy devices give you two options for the same action.
Is it really necessary to be able to access the same app from the Home Screen and the App Drawer? Does this make your Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus device a bit more confusing, especially if you’re a first-time user of an Android phone? The answers to these questions are probably best to be left for the actual users. If you are one of them, you can experience it firsthand:
- On one hand, you have the default option of using both the Home screen and the App Drawer;
- On the other hand, you have the experimental feature known as Galaxy Labs, that will let you try out an experience very similar to the one from iOS.
You know option number one but option number two is probably more interesting to you at this stage. To put it simply, if you will try this experimental feature available via Galaxy Labs, the App Drawer will be gone and all your apps will show up on the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus Home Screen. How would you like to try that one out?