Speaking of apps that you rarely use, iOS 14 has another new feature that will hopefully help you get them off your iPhone entirely, and keep it that way.
The new App Clips feature will let you download small “micro-apps” whenever you need them without having to install the whole app. Need to look up a restaurant review on Yelp, pick up a car or scooter rental in a new town, or order from a new coffee shop? App Clips are here to rescue you from the hassle of having to install a whole new app just for services that you access once in a blue moon.
You’ll be able to trigger these App Clips in a variety of different ways, including scanning QR codes with the iPhone camera, tapping NFC tags in locations such as stores and kiosks, or even opening them directly from websites that you visit, and they’ll natively support features like Sign in with Apple and Apple Pay, making it even easier to complete transactions. Best of all is that once you’re done, the App Clip simply goes away, rather than being left lying around and cluttering up your home screen (or App Library).