Apple added the App Library to iPhone with the release of iOS 14. Like the App Drawer on Android, any apps that aren’t on your home screen will be stored in the App Library. Ready to remove apps from your home screen? Here’s how to move to your iPhone App Library.
Start by pressing and holding any app on the home screen that you want to move.
Next, tap on the “Remove App” option from the context menu.
Your iPhone will ask if you want to move the selected apps to the App Library or delete them. Select the “Move to Application Library” button.
The app will now disappear from your home screen. Swipe to the rightmost home screen to view your App Library. You can find the apps you moved in one of the automatically generated groupings or by tapping the “Application Library” Search bar.
You can find applications by scrolling the alphabetical list of the installed applications or by typing the first few letters of the application name. Tap the item to launch the application.
While you most likely won’t accidentally move apps to the App Library, you can reverse the decision and quickly transfer apps back to the iPhone home screen whenever you want.