When Apple added support for organizing apps into folders in iOS 4, a lot of users sighed, “finally.” But while you can now save space more easily on your iPhone or iPod touch home screen by grouping all of your games, news feeds, or other similar apps together, there’s still room for improvement.
For instance, folders take a little while to open. You can’t create subfolders. And you have to add apps to folders one by one instead of grabbing a whole bunch of app icons and moving them into a folder at once.
But you know what? It turns out there’s a third party app that does all of those things and more. It’s called FolderEnhancer. There’s just one catch. FolderEnhancer only works on jailbroken devices.
OK make that two catches: Because there isn’t an official jailbreak method for iOS 4.1 or iOS 4.2 yet, so if you’re running the most up to date version of iOS on your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad then there’s no way to install FolderEnahncer… yet.
You can check out a demo video showing off some of FolderEnhancer’s features after the break. The app should be available in the Cydia store soon.