What’s on Your Homescreen?

What's on Your Homescreen?

Based on the old saying “you are the company you keep”, I took a stroll through the building because I was curious what my colleagues had on their homescreens. I have thus given the old saying a new meaning, namely: “tell me what’s on your homescreen so we can figure out how much you use your phone and for what purpose”.

Based on each person’s preferences you can find the most popular applications, arranged in a way that makes them easier to start and use. You can realise which one of them use their smartphone as a…phone.

Without a particular order or hierarchy based on position, I give you some of the results. I promise to give you more later on.

Almar Lijfering

Almar Lijfering - Quality Manager

Cristian Mesaros

Cristian Mesaros - Marketing Director

Diana Ille

Diana Ille - UX Designer

Gabriel Sobolu

Gabriel Sobolu - Java Area Lead

George Boitor

George Boitor - Junior Test Engineer

Laszlo Nagy

Laszlo Nagy - Information Security Officer

Octav Chicinas - CTO iQuest

Octav Chicinas - CTO

Razvan Voica

Razvan Voica - Senior HR Specialist

Valentin Vesa

Valentin Vesa - Social Media & Digital

Sebastian Presecan

Sebastian Presecan - Project Manager

[UPDATE]: March 22nd 2012 – we started receiving lots of screenshots fromall of you and it seems that so far there’s a “battle” going on between iOS and Droid fans. Here’s just a few examples:



Dan Ciulea

Dan Ciulea




George Man - Android

George Man - Android

George Man - iPhone

George Man - iPhone



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