I've been playing a lot lately with the most simple/efficient way to launch apps & switch to them but haven't decided which I like best. I'm curious to know what everyone else does. A list of things I've played with: - Stick with going to Home screen & using MultiIcons. Use hold-down-Home for recent tasks. - Home screen backed by widgets like Circle Launcher or Folder Organizer. - SwipePad. Having some problems with it vibrates, but doesn't fire. - Clutch Pad. Love the swipe to last task, but also having problems with it fails to swipe. - Quick Launcher (haven't actually tried this one) - Gesture Launcher by pcm2a, same guy as Quick Launcher (this is the one where you click a floating icon & draw a symbol to launch an app) - Power Strip. Activated by hitting Home button, but is slow to respond & may no longer be in development. - QuickDesk. Also Home button launcher, but still in development. - Smart Taskbar. Been following since it came out, but oddly it never felt right to me & hard to explain why. - Combination of above (f'instance using SwipePad and setting a box to launch Gesture Launcher so you can have your other 11 boxes be top apps you run and the rest fired from Gesture Launcher) I think I've been switching every few days. All have advantages & disadvantages. I just can't seem to settle on what is 'best'. I should add that personally, I dislike text labels for apps, so a minus if I can't rename or remove text labels. Ability to change image is a plus (but I've been modding my apps to change the icon anyways). What's everyone using nowdays? Are there other app launchers I'm missing?