On iOS, there is a constant onslaught of notifications from the Notification Center. This has always bothered me because it makes it hard to pay attention to what is going on around me. I don’t always like it, and I do wish there were a way to disable it. But as I’ve grown more accustomed to notifications, I’ve come to appreciate them more.

I recently discovered that if I turn off the Notification Center, I no longer receive notifications. This doesn’t really affect my day-to-day life though, so I’m not too concerned. I’m sure I will have many more issues to complain about on iOS.

Notifications are one of the major things that iOS 7 does to your notifications. They will no longer block your system notifications, but they will only show up when they are actually important. You can turn them off by going to Settings > General > Notifications, clicking the “Turn Off” button, and then clicking “Turn Off” again. This should reduce the amount of notifications you see, but it may still be enough to annoy you.

iOS 7 introduced two new features that I think Apple should have done a better job of implementing on iOS. The first is “notification centers”. These allow you to display a set of icons on top of your system notifications. While it doesn’t seem like much these days, it is very handy and helps you organize your notifications.

The second feature is apps.app. This is a new feature that allows you to have your favorite apps display themselves in the Notification Center. That way you can take advantage of the built in widgets that are being introduced with iOS 7.

Apps.app makes it easier to control your iPhone’s various apps without having to go into the Settings app. The iOS devs have done a great job of implementing these into the system. You can now add favorite apps to your home screen, and you can have more than one favorite app displayed at a time.

It appears that every app on iOS is an icon with its own color scheme. So you can see the icons of your favorite apps in different colors. And with an app’s icon as your wallpaper, it should be easy to make your home screen look more like a wallpaper app.

It’s a nice effect that will make your iOS devices much more unique, and should make your home screen look more like an iOS home screen.

I just tried it out and it does make sense. I have six apps on my home screen right now, and it seems to work. It automatically colors the apps icons in green if they have a green app icon. Otherwise, it just colors them in black. I think it will make it easier to identify apps that will be useful to you, apps that your family may not find useful yet, apps that perhaps you don’t even use.

It’s already working on your smart TV. If you have an HDTV, then you can get more apps on your TV, but I don’t know of a good way to do it on a PC.