EDITED January 2017: I have been using this app for almost 5 years. It has allowed me to group my 500+ apps by function within a multi-level hierarchy of folders, with only the top folder on my home screen, giving a very aesthetically pleasing and useful result. It works with 6.0.1. However, it hasn't been updated in almost 2 years and the developer does not respond to support requests. I'm concerned it will fail to function with some android update. I recently discovered and moved to JINA App Drawer which gives me the result I need and which is actively supported.
Makes Organized Apps Portable You can copy your organized apps and shortcuts from your phone to your tablet. When you upgrade, your organized folders can be copied to your new phone or tablet. In low memory situations, your app folders don't take up as much memory in the launcher. They're just single widgets. You can get icons you like for groups of apps and move them too.
Abandoned by developer Have been using this app for years and it served me well but development has stopped it seems as updates are rare and they offer little in the way of fixes or enhancements. It now looks dated and ugly. So it's been about a year since the last update, I can only assume the Developer has abandoned it. It's time to switch to Glextor App Manager.
Powerful, versatile, must-have app! MUST-HAVE PERIOD! As Android improves with each update utility apps fall by the wayside and are no longer useful... NOT so with Folder Organizer. It's the shiznit!!! It is so versatile and even on my newer quad-core (octa-core even) Samsungs it makes Android cleaner and more elegant! Easy startup but months to master--super powerful!
Most-used app but could be more Have to agree with others. This is my most-used app, and it's great, but in ten years it really hasn't changed much, which is disappointing. It still lacks some basics, like the ability to sort by installation date, and the dev could have done more. Lack of add-in functionality is a notable gap, for example. That said, it's still top dog, for now, and I get a lot out of it.
I find it vital, but... I have a fave folder that I keep on main screen as a widget, to scroll and easily get to most used apps. But now, I keep finding a blank widget with no apps. And I have to remove and replace it, only to have it go blank again. I give up. There's nothing convenient about that. And why has it dropped all ability to see or use browser bookmarks? Seriously, I paid for this but am losing features from it for some reason
Chrome bookmarks support
Apply all for icon packs
Fixed change icon dialog issue
Bug fixing on Android 4.1
Option to use 5 columns folders on Android 4.x
Restored 4 icons in a row folder on Android 4.x
Swipe gesture to show slide menu
New user interface with slide menu
Removed Call permission, you need to download Folder Organizer Direct Call to reenable it