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Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by CartOverlord, Sep 13, 2010.

  1. CartOverlord

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    i found this widget today and it is awesome! basically, it allows you to have 5 6 or 7 apps on a row instead of just 4. you can customize the color or make it transparent if you go buy the pro (it has a free version) its really customizable and works great. wanted to share
     

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    i'm using it as well. Pretty sweet for packing a bunch of icons onto a homescreen
     
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    I like adw better for this.
     
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    ADW? Huh, it does this? Am I missing something about ADW, or are you confusing Launcher Pro with LaunchX?

    I too am using LaunchX, I like that I can get extra icons on the screen(I use mine 5 icons wide). And it also makes it much easier to reset your home screen after flashing a new ROM - you can put icons in place a row at a time rather than one at a time.
     
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    You can adjust icon rows and columns on home screens and app drawer with adw.
     
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    Oh yeah, I'd forgotten about that (sheepish grin). But I've always avoided using it because of the 'warning' that Fede put there. Guess I COULD actually try it to see how it works...
     
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    Been using adw since inception, first on my Touch now on Droid.

    Rock solid, loaded with features and dev is very responsive.
     

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