• This kind of thing discourages me from ever launching it. It’s why I’m an advocate of not using unread count badges. - kurafire

What's on my iPad. (Screen 1.) The home screen.

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Note: Although I love Twitter for iPhone, I dislike Twitter for iPad. To me, its overcomplicated UI is like 100 bad ideas on acid. Twitterific for iPad is my Twitter iPad app of choice, and usually occupies a key spot in the dock. Alas, the current Twitterific build has a serious API problem for folks with many followers (like Gruber and me), so I'm reduced to using Twitter for iPad. (What I actually end up doing is tweeting via my phone 90% of the time, even if I'm conducting other activities with the iPad.)

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  1. designlouder 50 months ago | reply

    It's really interesting to see how people lay out the apps on their iPad, I've got mine in folders all on one page (I don't have quite as many apps on it as you mind) and thanks for the recent favourites!

  2. Brady J. Frey 50 months ago | reply

    I'm with design louder, I pop all on one page, foldered. I actually don't know how you handle all that scrolling, it was killing my productivity!

  3. adamprocter 50 months ago | reply

    cool - there is a nice group you could add this too www.flickr.com/groups/ipadhomescreens/

  4. kimroen 50 months ago | reply

    I feel the folders take too long to open actually, but maybe that's just me.

  5. RainaMarie 50 months ago | reply

    Everyone misses the point - the trick to navigating iOS is "swipe left" search type in 3 chars and select app - much easier than surfing through 35 screens and/or folders.

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