Home button 2.0 (hb2) - 8 ways swipe, put it where you like it on the screen, swipe to lock the screen, swipe to open Notification, swipe left or right to traverse recent app list or traverse Smart Folder contents.
Frame - is where apps from home screen, drawer, and recent are displayed. With extra scrolling, one-hand user can slide the hard to reach apps closer to the thumb. Apps in frame can be conveniently sort or set as default in four different ways: alphabetically, number of use, hours of the day, or just like the way it arranged in home screen.
Smart Folder - Put all your website shortcuts in Smart Folder and you can forget about entering the site address in the browser just swipe on . Put all your work related apps in Smart Folder and you will have access to all in one hb2 swipe, no home button needed.
Circular Menu x 2 (CM) - Yes, there are two of them; one always stay on the screen, persistent, while the other comes and goes, transient. Why two? Well, when you are unsure about what those 8 swipes on hb2 are for, the transient would show up in time to guide you. If quickly swipe, it won’t appear. The persistent menu provides an alternative to the hb2, especially for two-hands user. Being that the operating hand is constantly moved around, there might be some delay in locating hb2 on the screen. Two hands user should take advantage of the persistent menu. If it blocks your view, a swipe down removes it. To bring it back touch the hb2 or, better and quicker way, is to pass your finger over the proximity sensor.
Pin-a-Grid - is a way to copy a set of nine shortcuts from frame into the CM. Switching from one set of grid to another set is just a matter of swipe left on CM. There are two dynamic Pin-a-Grid that created by Homeless. One contains recent contacts where the other contains recent apps.
3D Nudge - launch app by way of nudging phone/device in 3D space. There are 26 gestures or nudging direction defined, each assigned a numeric number. For example, using a clock hanging on a wall as guide, 3, 9, 12, or 6 is respectively assigned for nudging to the right, left, up, or down. Since each app uses a pair of nudging number, there are 26 x 26 = 676 pairs available to use.