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Best home-replacement app for stock Android?


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  1. TheBiles

    TheBiles Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Which is the most highly recommended? I hear that both Home++ and Sweeter Home are good. I'd like something that looks like Sense UI if possible.
     

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  2. timlitw

    timlitw Well-Known Member

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    GDE is the most stable one I've used - turn off the cube transition
    and it has a much nicer app drawer.
     
  3. KlaymenDK

    KlaymenDK Well-Known Member

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    Hmm, any tips on how to find "GDE" in AndroLib?
    ...all my searches for home replacements are completely flooded with search results for themes for home replacements. :rolleyes:

    Ah sorry, found it. It costs money, so for now I'm locked out. :(
     
  4. TheBiles

    TheBiles Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Is there a problem with the cube animations? They look bad-ass in the preview.
     
  5. timlitw

    timlitw Well-Known Member

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    no, It looks cool for a few minutes then its just annoying - to me anyways.

    Anyways search for "GDE - The new home"
     
  6. jfe

    jfe Well-Known Member

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    I like the cube transition

    I used

    Home
    Home ++
    Launcher
    Panda Home
    dxtop
    GDE

    SweeterHome2 is the most powerful, and the most time consuming, and in my own experience, the most unstable. Once they remove it from beta it will be awsome

    I use GDE, and it's very stable

    Home++'s best attribute is the hidden notification bar
     
  7. XtremeAaron

    XtremeAaron Well-Known Member

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    Does it show itself when there is a notification to display?
     
  8. jfe

    jfe Well-Known Member

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    No, the only thing that will show you have a notification is the led

    There is an icon with a "!" to see the notification bar
     
  9. XtremeAaron

    XtremeAaron Well-Known Member

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    Ah, thanks for clearing that up.
     

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