About Mister Icon
Mister Icon is an app that allows you to easily add labels/categories/headings to your iPhone or iPad home screen, in the form of text-based icons.
Think of the icons being a bit like stickers/labels/signs placed on bookshelves in a library or bookstore. If you're looking for a specific book, you'll find it eventually even without labelled shelves, but if the bookshelves are clearly marked with category/genre labels, you can find what you're looking for much more quickly and easily.
Each of Mister Icon's icons is actually just a special web link to a unique web page containing the desired icon. That means if you tap on one of the icons after it is installed on your home screen, it does nothing more than re-open your web browser to that unique web page, so you can install another icon the same if desired.
Mister Icon likes to keep things simple.
In fact, once you've installed some Mister Icons on your home screen and moved them into the desired location, you'll probably never need to touch them again! (Unless you feel like changing to a different icon design or colour scheme of course, in which case you just need to delete the original icon and install a new one from the Mister Icon app.)
What Mister Icon DOES NOT do:
The Mister Icon app does NOT do any of the following:
- Allow apps to be hidden away behind icons
- Enable you to create your own unique icon designs
- Allow custom actions to be run when icons are tapped
- Provide an alternate folder system for storing apps
- Allow custom URLs to be loaded when icons are tapped
- Provide icons that break out of the home screen grid structure
- Make you a cup of tea
Unfortunately, most of these capabilities are not possible given existing operating system constraints, or would lead to a poor user experience.
What Mister Icon DOES do:
Provides a simple way to add text label icons to your home screens
(and helps make your home screens look nice with matching wallpapers)
Use your creativity and make Mister Icon work in whatever way makes the most sense to you!
Use one icon per page (top-left works well) or add multiple icons to each row of apps on your home screen.
Use all the same style and coloured icons for a consistent look, or mix it up and use different colours and styles to represent different types of apps.
What you do is up to you!
Mister Icon — The app to sort out your other apps!
Contact Mister IconIf you have any feedback, suggestions, or just want to say ‘Hi’, I'd love to hear from you.