I have been told that I am overdue on another apps post. To be honest, I'm overdue on posting, period. Either way here is a look at my current iPhone setup.
Here are my screens...
The first screen is self-explanatory: it's my lock screen. It's my kiddo taking some BP with her Uncle Randy pitching.
I'm not going to go through every app on every screen (and I'm certainly not going through all the folders) but I'll hit the highlights...
Top row is photo stuff. I use Instagram to share and VSCO to edit. I often use the standard Camera.app to actually take photos and putting it in the top right corner reminds me where the lens is on the back.
Rows two through four are kind of a mess of things I use a lot. Weather Line is my all-time favorite weather app. Ditto Fantastical and calendars. I prefer the interface and (still) the directions in Google Maps. I use Fastmail to host my, and Erin's, email so I use their app to do email. PCalc is a great calculator app and I use good old Clock for alarms and timers.
I use Droplr a ton to share links and gifs and such on twitter. I probably use the IMDb app about twenty times a day looking stuff up. NPR and Apple's News apps are there because for some reason I like to stay up on current events.
The fifth row are apps I check a lot. Overcast for podcasts and Music for, well, music. And NASCAR and At Bat speak for themselves.
Down in the bottom bar is stuff I want access too quickly. Wunderlist is my to-do, lists app. I can and do put anything and everything in there. My wife and I can share lists, too. It works really well. Instapaper is there just because, I guess. I really don't need quick access to that. Same with Reeder.
I've gone back to Tweetbot for my twittering. Twitterrific was getting too flaky and using Tweetbot across all of my devices lets me sync my timeline and my mutes.
This screen is mostly utilities and things I want quick access to without having to see all the time. The only things there that aren't obvious are Bonza, a crossword-like game; Paprika, a recipe manager; Viki, a Wikipedia client; and Soundboard, which is what I use to do sound drops on the podcast.
In the News/Info folder I have some interesting things. Hi-Def Radar is there because as much as I love Weather Line it doesn't have a radar map. The NASA app lets me check the NASA TV schedule and see when launches are. WOIAF is the World of Ice and Fire app. It's like a wiki for Game of Thrones. I need it when I'm reading the books because there are a million characters to keep track of. ESPN is for keeping track of JMU Sports and I use WolframAlpha and Convertible for odd calculations.
Most of the games on my phone are dumped in the Games folder. The Travel folder has my stuff for when were on the road or going to Disney. The TV folder has links to the activation pages for the TV apps that make you sign in every goddamn time you want to watch something.
The third screen is where everything else is. Most of it is just dumped in folders. I have a max of nine things in each folder so I can see the icons without opening each one up. And since there is no reasoning behind which folder anything is in I just numbered them instead of trying to think up names. The apps not in folders are games I either haven't tried or just haven't played enough yet to know if I want to keep them or put them in the Games folder, or – like with Alto – I want them out so I don't forget about them and never play them.
And that's it. All of my screens. They're a big mess for the most part but I'm so used to this mess that it's not worth fixing it.