Welcome back to Homescreen Monday. This week we're featuring a home screen from our very own Kris Carlon (@kriscarlon). Let's take a look: From Kris: I keep my home screen fairly standard across devices. So this is Action Launcher 3 on the Huawei Mate 9 but it looks much the same as my Pixel layout. My first row of folders includes my most frequently used apps. Messaging: I use WhatsApp, Skype, Messenger and Snapchat. I use several other messaging apps for certain people but nowhere near often enough to warrant a place here. Social: Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Instagram, but Facebook's app has been replaced by Swipe and I've pretty much given up on G+ these days. Utilities: Exciting, I know. But the calculator, calendar, clock and file explorer are all heavily trafficked apps for me. I paid for Solid Explorer because nothing else compares. Work: The AA app, Google Analytics, Slack and Asana, what else need be said? Photos: I love (Google) Photos and Snapseed for quick edits, but I occasionally use Pixlr still and I'm stuck using Sony's awful Play Memories app for Wi-Fi camera transfers. My top row gets a little more chilled. I have some media apps including YouTube, Poweramp, Spotify and Google Play Music (with an All Access pass thanks to a YouTube Red subscription). Google: Some random stuff in here including the Play Store, Google Fit, Keep and Translate (I live in Berlin). Games: I like to keep my favorites games up front so I'm reminded I should play them more, especially those I paid for. I'm currently loving Sky Force Reloaded and Sky Dancer, but I gravitate back to Leo's Fortune, Alto's Adventure and a couple Lego titles because they're always fun. I'd probably play C-Ops more if it had game controller support and I backed Hologrid on Kickstarter. Stuff: Pocket (which I can't live without), Pushbullet (one of my all-time favorite apps), Feedly (an essential when you do what I do for a living) and Pocket Casts for listening to the AA Podcast. Chances are when I open this folder no more work is getting done for at least an hour. Maps: I travel a fair bit and German street names are not always easy to remember, hence a whole folder dedicated to not getting lost. Google Maps for the daily and OsmAnd for its awesome offline functionality. And that will do it for this week's Homescreen Monday. Don't forget to share with us your home screen (include your social media handles so we can give you a proper shout out) because we might feature it in our next Homescreen Monday post!