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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by bennec, Aug 16, 2010.

  1. bennec

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    I searched for this on the Droid X forum and didn't quickly find an answer. I also googled to see if there was any widget that you could place on a home screen to display apps (not hidden by LP Plus), but didn't really find anything I really was looking for with that either.

    Moderators please move this if this has been discussed many times and my search criteria was just bad.

    I'm looking for a widget for my last home page I need to finish customizing that will give me the ability to look at my App Drawer (the Apps I use frequently and want to display with LP Plus - while hiding ones I don't want to show up).

    Is there anything? I'm willing to pay for anything that does the trick. Thanks!
     

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  2. rhand

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    I believe you can get what you want by using Auto App Organizer and putting a widget for one particular app category on your home screen.

    Good luck!
     
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    GDE has a scrolling app dock included. there is also an app called Launch-x that does about the same thing but doesnt scroll but uses buttons to forward and reverse the display. there is a free and a paid version of Launch-x.
    You can see the paid version on my phone.
    [​IMG]
     
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    Just create a new folder on that home screen and drop the apps you want into the folder....
     
  5. john0821

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    ^ +1 ... just use Folder Organizer. Keeps things simple as well.
     

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