Do you want to change the app drawer from horizontal to vertical on your Galaxy phone? This post will teach you how to make Samsung app drawer vertical on Galaxy S23, S22, S21, and others running One UI 5.0 or later based on Android 13.
One UI, a recent addition to Samsung’s software, is one of our preferred Android user interfaces. Yet it’s not quite ideal, and there are undoubtedly certain aspects we would like to modify. The Samsung horizontal app drawer, which forces you to navigate through pages of apps to locate what you’re searching for, is one of the first things we would modify. Thankfully, it is possible to convert this to a vertical app drawer, but more difficult than we would want.
With a Samsung smartphone, switching to a vertical app drawer is possible without the use of a third-party launcher, but it is one option. Instead, utilize Good Lock, which gives owners of Samsung smartphones more customization options than they otherwise would have.
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How to Make Samsung App Drawer Vertical on Galaxy S23, S22, and S21
In order to change the Samsung app drawer from horizontal to vertical, we’ll use the Good Lock app. A software package from Samsung called Good Lock enables you to fully customize your Galaxy phone. In essence, Good Lock is made up of a number of modules that can be used to customize the lock screen, notification panel, overview menu, and much more of the user interface. Want an app drawer that scrolls vertically? It may be configured using Good Lock.
Two years after Samsung redesigned Good Lock, the service has continued to add new features. There are now 20 modules in the suite, and you may pick and choose which ones to install based on your requirements and level of One UI customization. Now let’s get started with Good Lock and discover how much customization your Galaxy phone is capable of.
1. Download the Good Lock app if it’s not installed on your Galaxy device.
2. Open the Good Lock app and then navigate to the Make up tab, and select the HomeUp module.
3. Select the Home screen.
4. Turn on the toggle next to the Apps List.
5. You can choose how many columns you want in the app drawer by tapping on the Apps List text.
6. Tap the drop-down menu next to the Column option and choose from the 4 to 6 columns.
As you can see in the screenshot below, we’ve successfully made the Samsung app drawer vertical.
That’s all. This is how you can make the Samsung app drawer vertical.