When I got my first smart phone years ago, there was no app drawer. Every app I had was represented as one button in one app menu, so I didn't have to look in two places if I couldn't find an app. To me this was ideal, but now that I use Android phones I have to deal with both the app drawer and the home screen.
I just got a new Moto g7 Power (Android 9 "Pie") and backed it up from my old Android phone, so there are over a hundred apps on it. I want all of my apps to show up on the home screen so that there aren't apps lurking in the app drawer that I can just forget about, and so that the apps I want to use are easier to access. Is there any way I can automatically add all of my apps from the app drawer onto the home screen so that I don't have to manually hold and drag over a hundred apps one after another? It's fine if they don't automatically get sorted into folders etc. because I'm happy to do that myself.
When I looked up my question in the Play Store, I found an app called Smart Drawer but it's not even smart enough to know what a game is. Are there any other apps I should try?
It's maddening that it's so hard to find information about this. I would have expected this to be an extremely common thing for Android users to want to do.