ADWLauncher EX for X-MAS!
Just in time for the holidays, developer AnderWeb is giving everyone the happiest of Christmas Eves with the release of ADWLauncher EX. The new version of the launcher introduces a plethora of new features.
ADW is a replacement launcher for your Android device–what you see when you use your home screens and app drawer. Every time you exit an app or your browser the launcher is what you go back to. Out of all the alternate launchers available this one is by far the best in my opinion. Check out the video for an overview:
New features include:
- 5 different app drawer styles/behaviors
- 3D Nexus One-like applications drawer
- 2 different plain vertical applications drawers styles, the “old one” and a new fast and smooth one
- 2 different iPhone-like horizontal applications drawers, a traditional paginated one and a new one with continuous fling
- 8 different desktop transitions: new animations while navigating through your desktop screens. Try them all, they’re crazy!!!
- New icons configurations/look and feel: tweak your desktop icons, change their size, add colored backgrounds, change font size, color, etc.
- New fast presets mode: quickly change the whole desktop configuration with one click.
- Editable desktop icons for applications, shortcuts and folders.
- Lots of code improvements.
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