There are a few different methods you can use to hide apps on an Android device:
- Use a launcher: Many Android launchers, such as Nova Launcher or Apex Launcher, allow you to hide apps by long-pressing on the app icon and selecting the “hide” option.
- Use the app drawer: Some Android devices have an app drawer, which is a screen that displays all of your installed apps in a grid. You can usually hide apps by dragging them from the app drawer to a “hidden” or “disabled” section of the app drawer.
- Use a third-party app: There are also several third-party apps available on the Google Play Store that can help you hide apps on your Android device. These apps often require you to set up a password or PIN to access the hidden apps.
Note that these methods may not completely remove the app from your device, but they will hide the app from your home screen and app drawer, making it less visible and easier to keep private.
It’s also worth noting that some Android devices may have built-in features that allow you to hide apps. For example, on Samsung devices, you can go to “Settings > Home screen > Hide apps” to select which apps you want to hide. Consult your device’s documentation or do some research to see if your device has any built-in options for hiding apps.