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2.3 update and Launcher Pro

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Deleted User, May 28, 2011.

  1. Deleted User

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    Will the 2.3 update be a better option for a launcher than launcher pro? Or will it make launcher pro that much better?
     



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  2. Metfanant

    Metfanant Android Expert

    ive continued to use LPP on all the GB leaks...and will continue to use it on the OTA
     
  3. chippy

    chippy Well-Known Member

    I will use Launcher Pro for sure. MotoBlur still looks ugly as sin IMO.
     
  4. Deleted User

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    I stuck with LP for the widgets and the swipe gestures in the dock.
     
  5. MutantCheese

    MutantCheese Android Expert

    agreed.
     
  6. MalikBear

    MalikBear Member

    Made LPP that much better.
     
  7. cabraswell

    cabraswell Android Enthusiast

    I stick with LP for the simple fact that I can hide icon labels. Why do I need a unique icon and a label for each icon? Isn't that a little redundant?

    It's also smooth as silk and runs great. Those are just the icing on the cake.
     
  8. jbhumph

    jbhumph Android Enthusiast

    You can hide icon labels on ADW as well
     
  9. cabraswell

    cabraswell Android Enthusiast


    As well as GO launcher ex but I'm a fan of LP. I should really upgrade to LPP.
     
  10. jbhumph

    jbhumph Android Enthusiast

    LP was my first non-stock launcher and I loved it. Quickly upgraded to LPP and it was worth it!

    I am now on ADW EX and that's my current fav. I do sometimes miss the LPP widgets though. They were outstanding!
     
  11. drhill

    drhill Android Expert

    sadly, LPP's app drawer doesn't allowing grouping of apps like the stock GB (and blur) app drawer.
     

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