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Using Apps Corner In Windows Phone 8.1

Many times it happens that we share our Windows Phone with friends, family, co-workers, but due to privacy concerns, we don’t want to display all apps to the person. In others words, if you want to show only few apps to the one to whom you show your phone. For such cases, Apps Corner is the prefect tool for you. Apps Corner is a native Windows Phone feature that allows you to pick and display only some apps when you launch it. So when you give your phone to somebody, launch the Apps Corner mode, and you’re good to go.

Apps Corner is also beneficial for multiple user accounts on the same phone. So if you’re concerned that some one could tweak your phone settings without your permissions, this features makes you safer – just enable this feature when you’re not using your phone.

Here is the quick guide on how to set up Apps Corner in your Windows Phone:

Apps Corner In Windows Phone 8.1

1. Go to Start Screen of your phone and tap SETTINGS app from apps list.

2. Next, in the SETTINGS app, scroll down and look for the apps corner option and tap the same.

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3. Moving on, in the app corner screen, tap Apps option and you’ll get list of all the apps installed on your system. Pick the apps you want to display, and tap done. Then in the last section of the image shown below, tap launch button to get to Apps Corner.

4. So here it is, the Apps Corner is now working with the apps you’ve selected to display. You can now see that no one will be able to tweak your phone. He will be able to use only those apps, which they’re supposed to use.

To exit Apps Corner, press and hold the power button of your phone, you’ll get the shut down style screen, where you have to swipe right to exit Apps Corner.

Let us know if you use this feature and find it useful.