Hide Your Home Screen Apps in iOS 8 for Less Wallpaper Clutter
In addition to all of the cool features in iOS 8 (which you can get right now), Apple also add some beautiful new wallpapers. With detailed landscapes and colorful flowers, you might not ever want a custom wallpaper on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch. Regardless of what wallpaper you have, the apps on the home screen will obscure its full glory. Or, will they?
Previously, in iOS 7 and under, if you tried dragging and dropping all of your app icons over to the second home screen page, once you moved the last remaining app over, your first "blank" page would disappear and the second page would take its place.
Now, on iOS 8, moving all your apps from the main page will result in a blank home screen. How awesome is that? So, if you have a really cool wallpaper, it'll no longer be obstructed.
This will only apply to the primary page, but at least now you can enjoy a clean screen where you can admire the unobscured view of your wallpaper. And if for some reason you don't like all of your apps on the second home screen page, you can always create folders of all of your most used apps and place them in your dock instead.
To see what else you can do in Apple's latest mobile operating system, check out the Coolest Hidden Features of iOS 8, as well as the Best Hidden Safari Features, Top Hidden Features in Messages, and our other iOS 8 tips.