Foldery Multicon Folder Widget

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4.2
11.1K reviews
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Everyone
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About this app

Foldery - Multicon Folder Widget is an app for designing widgets of apps folders on the desktop of your device. Designed for the purpose of having more icons on the desktop than the Android allows on your device. But you can also increase the size of the app icon, thought for people who need to see some big icons or giganticon.
Updated on
Aug 26, 2020

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4.2
11.1K reviews
Zane Ross
September 18, 2022
Great idea, but needs more thought into the look and feel on how you control your groupings. No spacing options to keep things centered within the widget, and what you see when setting things up is not what it looks like on the home screen. Paid for one of the premium versions in hopes that development continues and it gets better.
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Æon
June 4, 2022
The apps I've used like this keep changing drastically & so I am thrilled to find this one. I use custom icons & this is the only app like this that lets me keep the aesthetic. The order of adding apps & the set up for each folder/icon is very 1997, but not impossible to figure out. The fact that you can make each area & the mini icon inside of that area any size you want is awesome. It's great for me as I have my apps ultra organized as my phone is my computer.
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A Google user
September 2, 2019
Appears very limited, including apparently lacking the ability to nest folders. I say apparently because the free version is limited to ONE folder, a ridiculous amount that prevents any real testing of the app. On top of that, trying to add additional folders results in the pop-up saying you need to upgrade, which can't be closed, necessitating the app to be killed. If I can't even test out an app's basic functionality without having to pay, I'm not going to bother.
25 people found this review helpful
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