Feb 17, 2014, 12:00 PM | Updated: 12:00 pm

Smartphone apps are great, but how many of them have downloaded and forgotten about? How well organized are your apps, so you even remember that you have them?

That’s the challenge an Android app called http://everything.me takes on and it’s a really interesting way to interface with your smartphone.

Everything.me monitors your usage of apps throughout the day and rearranges them based on the time of day so you’re presented with the apps you use most when you use them most.

It also reassembles similar types of apps in Smart Folders and has a much faster search system when you are trying to find an app.

In the morning, your weather and news apps will be presented but when you hit the road, location specific apps will come around.

At night, more of your entertainment apps will become prominent. It also makes you aware of apps that you haven’t downloaded yet, but could be useful based on what you already use.

It takes a little time to get used to the new arrangement, but I’m finding it to be super helpful.

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