One UI 6 Folders Now Display Apps in a List View

Users of the Galaxy S23 series are urged to enroll in the One UI beta program, initiated on August 11, in order to take part in the program’s early testing of the newest features and provide helpful input. The first open beta rollout was made available in the US, Germany, and South Korea, and the second open beta version is approaching its release, expected in the coming weeks. Some of the standout additions that One UI 6.0 based on Android 14, introduces include quick panel settings, new common emojis, and typefaces.

The first beta of One UI 6 has also brought up a noteworthy feature that went unnoticed. When adding apps to folders, One UI 6 modifies the way they are displayed. Maybe it was a simple change, but it can be said to be the change more users wanted. While making an attempt to add applications to the currently available folder on the home screen, One UI 6 showcases a list of installed apps. Looking back at the One UI 5.1.1 skin, the applications are presented in a grid manner, with a design of squares formed by straight lines that gives a simple look.

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People who like the look of displaying bigger icons may not appreciate this as a significant change. The share sheet, the stock camera app, the media player widget, and the customized settings are some of the most notable changes. These aesthetic changes can be viewed in the widgets in the Weather app. These changes anticipate the arrival of the second beta version, and the issues found in the first beta are said to be solved along with the enhanced transitions and animations. Soon we can expect other ranges of smartphones to be included in the program, like the Galaxy S22 series and this year’s foldables, the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Galaxy Z Flip 5.

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