“That’s it. Of course, there are quirks to this system,” Hern writes. “For one thing, searching for an app in spotlight, or switching to it through multitasking, doesn’t count – because if you don’t tap on the icon, you don’t need the icon to be accessible, right?”
“Two years down the line I’ve reached a home screen that vaguely resembles a nice mixture of my most used, most tapped on and most persistent apps,” Hern writes. “As well as being quite a good array of apps, I also like what it tells me about my iPhone usage.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Dude needs to dump Spotify and upgrade to Apple Music. It’s not 2014 anymore.