Exactly what I needed Works wonderfully with Action Launcher. Was missing a true simple grid view app drawer and this does the trick. So far no concerns with resources, either. Highly customizable in terms of font and icon size (don't let the giant default settings throw you). No ads, no nagging. Good stuff. As others have said, a keep in memory option would help with lag, but otherwise nice and simple.
Not all features working as intended I want to view apps that I have previously hidden, so I can restore them in the app drawer. The app tells me there are no hidden apps... While I know that there are at least two dozen. A week ago, I could only view half of my hidden apps - the first half alphabetically. Please fix this issue, the app was working perfectly before!
LG G3 Issues Please add a "long tap for settings" option for phones that no longer have the "menu" button on the back bar. I can't access the settings page to change anything at all...its just a list of all my apps in extra large letters. Love the app, don't get me wrong but please add some kind of feature.
Good First Effort Missing is "custom order" in sort and there isn't a way to send apps to home screens by either dragging them there or in the menu when you hold down on the app. There are a few bugs, like when you hold down on the app to get in its menu it also launches and you have to back out of the launch to then get in its menu, sometimes crashes unexpectantly and there's lag when you first click the app. Sort those things out and it will be a 5 star app. It is essential for anybody using a MI launcher on their phone.
A simple and effective app. Added an icon to my dock. Many options to customize. But after changing any style app goes to default font and icon settings. You need to input values for fonts and icon style again after changing grid or list style. For black screen at startup, you need to lock the process by sliding down the app icon in recent apps. Then after reboot, it doesnt show black screen. And it consumes 45 mb in cached process which is too much for a simple app like this.
Here's an EXCELLENT suggestion How about a "keep in memory" option that way task killers or automatic RAM management doesn't kill the app? It looks silly when it is killed and reopened, loads up like a normal app and for a brief second you can see the stock Android background. Hopefully my suggestion will allow it to always be readily active to prevent this?
• ENHANCEMENT: Optimized images and zip-aligned for better performance.