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Home screen catagories?

Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by ccrunner27, Apr 18, 2010.

  1. ccrunner27

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    Hi all... I'm new to Android coming from a Blackberry. (Ended up deciding on a Devour) I'm enjoying the change and was curious how everyone had their home screens set up. I was thinking about separating mine into groups such as a calender/to-do screen, a weather/news/RSS screen, the MotoBLUR in the middle, and then kinda random apps/widgets to finish out the rest.

    I was just curious how others had their screens set up and what apps/widgets were being used. Maybe we could post them similar to this to make it easier for others to read as well:

    Title of Screen
    *App/widget--description
    *App/widget--description
    *App/widget--description

    Or screenshots would be helpful as well.

    Doesn't have to be Devour specific... Just would help me and possibly others to get organized and also branch out and see what's all available.
     

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  2. TheSultan

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    I have 7 screens cause I'm using SenseUI...I have mine set up in categories as well. The "most used" is my home screen, then "calendar", "common used apps", "news" and a "big clock", i also always keep an empty screen, and one screen for the "favorite people" widget.
     
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    I have 5 screens using openhome. My far left screen is commonly used apps also organized into rows. The next screen is my media player widget, a shortcut to my files folder and then another folder that holds all my games. The next screen is my calendar widget and yellow sticky notes I put to remind me of stuff. My next screen is blank so i can look at all my cool wallpapers, and my last screen has widgets for Twidroid, MySpace, and Facebook.
     

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