what are the features of home screen on your smartphone
Status bar: The top of the home screen is the status bar. It contains notification icons and status icons, plus the current time. If the status bar disappears, a quick swipe from the top of the screen downward redisplays it.
Notifications: These icons come and go, depending on what happens in your digital life. For example, a new notification icon appears whenever you receive a new email message or have a pending appointment. See the later section “Reviewing notifications.”
Phone status: Icons on the right end of the status bar represent the phone’s current condition, such as the type of network connection, signal strength, Wi-Fi status, battery charge, and other items.
App launchers: These icons represent apps installed on your phone. Tap a launcher to run the associated app
Widgets: Widgets work like teensy programs that display information or let you control the phone, manipulate a feature, access an app, or do something purely amusing.
Folders: multiple apps can be stored in a folder. Tap the folder to open it and view the app launchers stored within. See chapter 19 for more information on folders.
Wallpaper: The background image you see on the Home Screen is the wallpaper.
Home screen page index: The lineup of launcher icons near the bottom of the screen is the favorites tray. It shows the same launchers at the bottom of every Home screen page.
Phone app: You use the Phone app to make calls. It’s kind of a big deal.
Apps icon: Tap this icon to view the Apps drawer, a collection of all apps available on your phone. See the later section “Finding an app in the Apps drawer.”
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