Are you tired of the same old app icons on your iPhone? Do you want to customize your phone and make it more aesthetically pleasing? If so, you’re in luck because changing the colour of your apps on an iPhone is a very basic process that doesn’t take too much time.
First, open your internet browser and search for iPhone app icons or iPhone app icon aesthetic. Scroll through until you find icons that you like and download them into your iPhone’s photos app.
Next, open the Shortcuts application (a free app by Apple). Click on My Shortcuts and then click on the + button in the top right corner. Find the Open App option under Scripting and click on it. Then, click on the app icon and select the application you want to open (e.g. App Store).
Click on the settings icon and select Add to Home Screen. Rename the application (if desired) and then click on Choose Photo. Select the photo you downloaded earlier and crop it to fit the app icon. Click on Add and the new app icon will appear on your home screen.
You can repeat this process for other applications as well. It may take a little trial and error to get the cropping just right, but with a little patience, you can customize your iPhone to your heart’s content.
In conclusion, changing the colour of your apps on an iPhone is a simple process that can help make your phone more visually appealing. Give it a try and let us know in the comments if you have any other questions or tips to share.