How To Remove Folder Names on iPhone or iPad without Jailbreak

While Apple is surely making big inroads at taking stabilization and performance metrics to an all-time high with the release of iOS 9 Public Beta prior to the release of iOS 9 full public release this fall, we, here at GeekViz, feel euphoric to share with you one of the hidden customizability features that Apple’s mobile operating system- iOS brings along with it that would allow you to remove folder name on your iPhone or iPad without Jailbreak.

While this isn’t any ground-breaking feature or tweak, it is of more importance to those who do not wish to label or name each folder on their iPhone or iPad. Be it making the folder contents a little more private by not naming the category they fall under and thus the content they may contain or just to give their iPhone’s or iPad’s homescreen a cleaner look, you can follow the underlying step-by-step tutorial on How-to remove folder names on iPhone or iPad without Jailbreak. Take a look!

How To Remove Folder Names on iPhone or iPad without Jailbreak

Step 1 : First up, head over to the App Store and navigate to the Food & Drink under the Categories option.


Step 2 : Choose any of these apps to your liking and download it, if you don’t already have one.

Step 3 : Once to find the app installed, enter the editing mode by long-pressing any of the icons on your homescreen.

Step 4 : Next up, drag this Food & Drink related app (Zomato Order in my case) icon over any of the other app (WhatsApp in my case) making a new nameless folder. Make sure you don’t go the other way around by dragging any of the other app on this Food & Drink related app as that would give an automatic name to the folder based on the category of apps installed.


Step 5 : Once you get a nameless folder, add as many apps as you like to this folder and the folder would still remain nameless.


Step 6 : You can remove your Food & Drink related app from this folder and repeat step 3 & 4 above to remove folder names in iPhone or iPad easily.


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