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Thanks, everyone, for the very helpful comments. It hadn't been clear to me that I could just delete useless widgets and put app icons and useful widgets in their place. I've now constructed a pretty decent front page that shows recommended apps, my gmail inbox, my calendar, and my six most commonly-used apps. All in all, I now like my Nexus 7 home screen more than my iPad home screen.And @radiocycle, I'm new to Android and came to this community looking for some help getting started. What's the point of making unkind comments to somebody who is trying to figure out the basics?