Just under a month ago, Minimax brought us Tagy, a cool little widget that would turn your app names into "tag clouds," where some would be bigger than others, based on your click frequency. Now, with Imgy, the developer has applied the same principle to app icons - have a look:

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After you select the apps / bookmarks / contacts you want, Imgy will create a homescreen widget (you can decide how large said widget will be) with icons for the selected content. Mind you, you're free to choose as many apps, bookmarks, or contacts as you'd like - Imgy will just resize their icons appropriately, making for unlimited homescreen capacity.

Speaking of resizing icons, if you buy Minimax's $0.99 Imgy Unlocker, you'll also be able to have your icons' sizes adjusted based on their click frequencies. In other words, if you play Shadowgun a lot more than you play Angry Birds, Shadowgun's icon will be much larger than that of AB.

All in all, Imgy is a handy little tool that saves homescreen space and, for less (OK, a cent less) than $1, shows you which icons you tap on most frequently. Best of all, Minimax promises it won't adversely affect battery life, will use very minimal system resources, and will support custom launchers. As always, all the download info you need is below.