Hide Apps on Galaxy Phones [How To]

Furqan Shahid
Hide Apps on Galaxy Phones [How To]
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We are all aware of the fact that Samsung Galaxy phones are the most definitive when it comes to delivering an excellent Android experience. I can confidently say that the experience that you get from One UI is a lot better than what stock Android offers. Samsung has finally learned its lessons and is continuously improving. If you have been using the One UI Home, you may have encountered a clutter of icons on the home screen. If you have been wondering how to hide apps on Galaxy phones, this is for you as the tutorial will guide you on how to do that.

Remember, this is for all Samsung phones running One UI and the process is more or less the same. Still, if you do run into issues, feel free to let us know and we will guide you.

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Hide Apps on Galaxy Phones and Make Your App Drawer Clean

if you are wondering, this will hide your apps from the app drawer, which means that this is not going to delete the apps from your phone, and only hide them. A convenient feature for anyone who has a lot of apps installed on their phone. They can easily relate and well, we are here to help you with the process.

Step 1: Unlock your phone.

Step 2: When you are on the home screen, tap and hold until a new menu opens up.

Step 3: From there, tap on Settings.

Step 4: Once you are in the Settings. Look for Hide apps and you will be taken to a new screen.

Step 5: Once you are on the new screen, you will see all the apps you have installed on your device. Simply select all the apps you want to hide and tap on Done.

That is all, once you are done doing that, you can now get back to the main screen and you will be happy to know that all the apps will be hidden. I do understand that this is might not help a lot of people but if you want to hide apps on Galaxy phones, this is the best way to do it without installing a separate app

Sure, this feature is also available in custom launchers but for anyone who is looking for the definitive stock experience, this is not at all bad and can be used as per the user's requirements.

For more helpful guides and tutorials, head over to this section.

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