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    Thumbs up Auto App Organizer works in Android KitKat 4.4.2

    I used Auto App Organizer with my Samsung S4 and now also I have installed on my Samsung S5, I think the most useful and best application available for organizing and managing a large number of applications. Its interface is very easy to use and it's all free. What's new and all improvements work even better, excellent with my upgrade to version 4.4.2 of the Android operating system KitKat.
    Again five stars.
    Fully recommended.
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    Default Re: Auto App Organizer works in Android KitKat 4.4.2

    What do you mean by app organizer? Is it a task manager or does it help with arranging folders on your home screen, app drawer, etc?
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    Default Re: Auto App Organizer works in Android KitKat 4.4.2

    Thanks UJ95x for your question to make the following clarification:
    Auto App Organizer has helped me a lot to automate the handling of the applications that I have installed or being installed as monitors installations and removals, and offers me categorize applications instantaneously in separate folders with the name of each category I had assigned, either to my home screen, app drawer or any other screen else I choose to put a link icon.
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    Default Re: Auto App Organizer works in Android KitKat 4.4.2

    Quote Originally Posted by Boris Novich View Post
    Thanks UJ95x for your question to make the following clarification:
    Auto App Organizer has helped me a lot to automate the handling of the applications that I have installed or being installed as monitors installations and removals, and offers me categorize applications instantaneously in separate folders with the name of each category I had assigned, either to my home screen, app drawer or any other screen else I choose to put a link icon.
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    Ah, OK. Thought it was more like the task managers a lot of people seem to like, which are more of a detriment than they are helpful.
    Thanks for the review though. I'll keep it in mind if a user wants something to help them keep organized

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