Thank you Creates a footprint in system memory, but still runs relatively smooth. There are a couple issues I believe are device specific however. Using HTC Thunderbolt stock ICS. Sense widgets are unavailable (to be expected). When placing a widget as soon as I drop the widget in place, instead of being added, the Sense widget menu appears. (easy workaround is to just choose the widget you intended to add). Realy appreciate the low amount of permission requests and total lack of ads and push notification
Excellent for Samsung GSII Jelly Bean Update This is great for the Samsung Galaxy S II with the Jelly Bean update that forces you to only use TouchWiz 5. With this launcher, you can have the stock Jelly Bean launcher back. It's a bit buggy when adding widgets but it still works.
Overlapping This is excellent on my phone and runs well, but it appears that it is configured for larger screens. As my HTC Desire C has a 3.5" screen, elements overlap on the screen making it a little difficult to use at times. I will rate this launcher 5 stars as soon as it is be fixed :) Otherwise thank you and keep up the great work!
Awesome! I didn't expect this launcher to be so vanilla and how it is! Samsung forces touchwiz now on Galaxy S2 jelly bean so it was nice to have a way back without all the extras I really dont use. It also actually gave back scrolling wallpapers too :D I noticed this hasn't been updated in quite some time but the only option that would be helpful is a way to add/remove screens like say 3 min and 5 or 6 max. I personally use only 3 screens but for what this does currently, I'm still very happy :3
Transparency in icons Hello, I installed this app, but I notice a grey border in most of the icons, in either the launcher's home page, or the desktop of the launcher itself. Could you help me in resolving this issue?
Very nice looking launcher I really like how this launcher looks, but its missing a few key features. You cant change the amount of pages on the home screen, and theres no hide feature in the app drawer.
* Disabled landscape mode by popular request.
4.1.1-1 Jellybean version!
* Shortcuts move out of the way when you drop widgets.
* Experimental landscape mode!
* Slightly slicker graphics.
* Screw you, Samsung.
Current possibly known bugs:
* When you install a new app with widgets they may not be added to the list of widgets until after a reboot.
* Not very critical, but when you move a widget it also activates its resize handles.