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    iEmpty is a free website allowing to easily customize your iPhone or iPod Touch springboard with transparent icons between your applications icons.

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    Customize your iOS devices (iPhone & iPad) homescreens with empty spaces (blank icons) between your application icons.

    No app to install !
    No jailbreak needed !!
    Completely FREE !!!



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  • How does it works ?

    iEmpty allows you to add "empty spaces" to your iPhone or iPod Touch home screen ("springboard"), by adding on it special Safari bookmarks (with an icon reproducing your home screen background, and without any text).

    ...So you can put your app icons where you want on your home screen, leaving "blank spaces" between them... wihtout the need to jailbreak your iPhone ! (for jailbroken devices, you can use "iBlank" or "GridLock" apps). Indeed, Apple doesn't allows this natively on iOS...

    You just have to go to this page (from an iDevice) and choose the icon type that best fit your needs. Then follow the instructions given on each page.
    You will finish to be on a "Add Icon" page showing the icon you are about to add. This is the page you have to bookmark on your home screen to add an empty space on it !

    For further details and help about the steps to perform, please read the contextual help sections integrated at the bottom of each page.

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  • Warning !

    This site is optimized for iOS devices.
    This non mobile site simulates the mobile version of the site.

    Some functionnalities will be unavailables and some elements will be differently displayed.

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