Organized Drawer

Organized Drawer


App drawer with folders.
Supports using custom icons for folders and apps.
Works with icon packs for ADW and LauncherPro.


Permissions:
- com.android.launcher.permission.INSTALL_SHORTCUT:
Required for adding shortcuts to homescreen.

- android.permission.WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE:
Required for backup feature.

Recent changes:
1.3.5:
Improve app refresh
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Free
81
4.1
User ratings
308
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
0
File size
170 kb
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About Organized Drawer
App drawer with folders.
Supports using custom icons for folders and apps.
Works with icon packs for ADW and LauncherPro.


Permissions:
- com.android.launcher.permission.INSTALL_SHORTCUT:
Required for adding shortcuts to homescreen.

- android.permission.WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE:
Required for backup feature.

Recent changes:
1.3.5:
Improve app refresh

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User reviews of Organized Drawer
Some commenters think this app's too simple But I think they don't fully grasp the very narrowly-focused -- but nevertheless very cool -- thing that this app does. The stock app drawer is vexing because folders can't be created in it. Oh, sure, you can control which apps appear on which app drawer pages, so you can group; but folders for REAL organization are reserved for the homescreens. If you're willing to use-up homescreens with organizing folders, fine; but the beauty of this app is that its icon can be dragged from the stock app drawer down into the dock (or a shortcut to it can be put in the same spot on every homescreen... whichever), thereby making it accessible from pretty much everywhere. By so doing, suddenly an organized app drawer (granted, not the stock app drawer, but one that's actually better... and with cool folders, to boot) can be launched from most anywhere, thereby freeing-up precious homescreen real estate for other stuff. This app's not a fancy launcher or menu system. It does pretty much one basic thing, but it does said thing very, very well... better than anything else out there. It's best-of-breed at that! I could not more strongly recommend it! (And, no, I have NOTHING to do with the app, and don't know its developer. I just know how to spot a good, focused, and well-written app when I see one!)
Jan 29, 2012
Great idea but scrolling through the app drawer is very slow and choppy on my HTC EVO 4G running CM7.
Mar 28, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jun 25, 2014
Almost perfect. This app is awesome. The UI is very simple and navigable. You have free reign to customize. The only improvement that I would like to see is the ability to use icon packs etc. without the need to navigate through the file system.
A Google User
Jun 21, 2014
Force closed on my apex launcher force closes on my 4.3 android note 2
A Google User
Jun 13, 2014
It simply didn't work. Doesn't open.
A Google User
Jun 10, 2014
Excellent App This app is great. It allows me to organize my apps in folders in the app drawer. If/when you switch launchers, you do not have to reorganize your apps as it is already done. Functionality is simple and it works. Have not tried any icon packs and probably won't, unless there are some that are confirmed working.
A Google User
Jun 4, 2014
Ok It works as an app drawer but the main selling point for me in the description- ability to use custom ADW icon packs- is not working. Tried applying several of the most popular ADW packs (Belle UI, Voxel, UP) and no luck, even though they work fine in my home launcher. Otherwise seems to be an OK app if you are just looking for an A-Z app drawer and don't care about how the icons look.