If you use one home-screen panel for all your social networking apps, such as Twitter, Facebook, Foursquare, etc., you'll always know where to look for those apps. To move a specific app to a home screen panel, navigate to the panel to which you want to add the app, and then jump over to your "All Apps" page, where all of your Android software is listed in alphabetical order. Then just hold your finger on an app you wish to move, and drop it on the home-screen panel that appears after a second or two.
To create a home-screen folder for specific types of Android apps, find some empty space on a home-screen panel, hold your finger on the display for a couple of seconds, and then choose Folders from the on-screen options.
(Read more Android organization and navigation tips here.)
8) Remove Unused Apps Directly from the Android Market
Multiple methods exist to help you remove unwanted Android apps, but perhaps the easiest way is directly through the Android Market.
To remove an Android Market app, launch the Market, hit your device's Menu key and choose My Apps from the on-screen options. Then scroll down to the app you wish to remove and click it. On the following page, you'll see an option to Uninstall the app. Click the uninstall button, confirm your selection and then pick one of the on-screen options to tell Google why you decided to ditch that particular software.
9) Share Favorite Android Market Apps
When you find an application you really like on the Android Market, it's easy to share the software with friends, colleagues and/or social-network connections--it's also good "app karma," since a user who finds a great app through you will be more likely to share another quality download in the future.
To share an Android Market app, once again launch the Market, hit your device's Menu key and choose My Apps from the on-screen options. Find and select the app you want to share, and scroll down to the Sharing section of the My Apps listing. Click the Menu option, choose how you wish to share the software--via Twitter, Facebook, e-mail or another application--and you're good to go.
10) Peruse Android Market Apps via Desktop Browser
The Android Market mobile application is great for on-the-go browsing, but the desktop Android Market interface is much better suited for detailed browsing sessions or lengthy software exploration. You also get a better view of app screen-shots due to the larger display size.