In recent years, we have witnessed the incredible popularity and widespread adoption of mobile devices. Millions of Apps are being developed and downloaded by users at an amazing rate. These are multi-feature Apps that address a broad range of needs and functions. Nowadays, every user has dozens of Apps on his mobile device. As time goes on, it becomes more and more difficult simply to find the desired App among those that are installed on the mobile device. In spite of several attempts to address the problem, no good solution for this increasing problem has yet been found. In this paper we suggest the use of unsupervised machine learning for clustering Apps based on their functionality, to allow users to access them easily. The functionality is elicited from their description as retrieved from various App stores and enriched by content from professional blogs. The Apps are clustered and grouped according to their functionality and presented hierarchically to the user in order to facilitate the search on the small screen of the mobile device.