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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by bleedGreen, Nov 28, 2010.

  1. bleedGreen

    bleedGreen Android Enthusiast
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    ANybody know about this Android home alternative?

    http://www.accesslane.com/index.php/dxtop
    I just read a thread about it. I saw this app as a hot item this week on appBrain. Thought any of you would have an updated "opinion" on this app.

    thnx-:rolleyes:
     

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    An updated opinion is crucial here. I tried this app MANY months ago and it was one of the more laggy home-replacement apps. I use Launcher Pro, and love it. But this app might be worth a second look. I'm sure they've fixed it by now.

    BTW, you're link is bad. (The :eek: emoticon screwed it up.)
    Good Link: dxTop
     
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    fixed the link thnx
     
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    looks decent
     
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    I tried it, it looks pretty good but it's a little laggy. I think I'm gonna stay with Launcher Pro.
     
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    You could give Zeam a shot. It is no frill and very lighweight. Had some cool funcionality and is pretty snappy. It was designed by one of the xda devs.
     
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    I'm very much in love with LauncherPro Plus. It's, in my not-so-humble opinion, the best home replacement app available. And the Dev is very responsive and is usually very quick to update and add new features. He's currently rewriting the code from scratch to improve it further.

    Of course, there was a time when I was in love with Home++, and that seems ages ago.
     

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