When you download a new app to the play store, you can choose to have the app automatically added to a homescreen or not added to a homescreen. Great. But I test so many apps that neither options is very helpful. If I add them to a home screen, they completely crap up my layouts. If I don't add them to a home screen, it's a pain in the butt to go through and find/test/delete them. The easy answer would be to STOP going on app downloading sprees and instead test one at a time, but that's not how I typically work. I do some research online, download straight to my phone from the Google Play Store, get taken on a "recommended download" bing of 2 dozen more apps, and before you know it- things have gotten really, really messy. Wondering if anyone else has had this issue, and if so, what you've done? In my perfect world I could download new apps to a "testing" folder and moderate them from there, long pressing to select multiple apps at once for uninstallation, or for approving into my regular app library/launcher. As far as I know, nothing like that exists, but I'd love to be proven wrong.