I've always used lots of apps that I didn't even need. My home screen was a mess and it was really damn hard to find anything. I decided to go with more minimalist and productive.
Ever since I've become more minimal lately—even for my phone—I wanted to further reduce the number of apps I had installed.
I’m currently down to 80 apps in total—still working on it tho 😅—So let’s break down the setup:
I've discovered a monochrome wallpaper from Unsplash by Kunj Parekh which is free to download. The gray and black harmony just looks great and perfectly fits my minimalist perspective.
I currently have 29 apps in total (including some system apps), which all fit on a single home screen, but I have grouped a few apps. These are:
- Tureng (EN-TR translator)
- Mobile Access
- App Store
- Garanti BBVA
It is worth noting that I do occasionally download other apps if I need to use them only for a short time, but if I no longer need them, I delete them from my phone. All of the above are apps I use on a regular or semi-regular basis.
“The question of what you want to own is actually the question of how you want to live your life.”Marie Kondo