Still using it. I've tried several launchers since the g1 days. Back then on that machine it was adw all the way, when I switched to my galaxy s, it went to launcher pro. I've tried so many others but I keep coming back to this one. Nice widgets, slick transitions, 3d app drawer. I just like it best because it's essentially a good stock style launcher with a lot of customizability. Some people compassion that it's not updated often. I figure if you got it right, there's no reason to keep messing with it.
Incredible This is a must in my opinion. Its simple anand effective. Its responcive and, because you can change the speed of different things like how quickly apps open as well as the doc, and how you can turn off wallpaper scrolling, I love it. I will admit, I am a iPhone.person now because of its stability being much better than andriod. HOWEVER, things like this are why I still someone like android. (Not trying to start any phone war. Not the point). Great work, stable, works terrifically!
Best app on the market! I have had the paid version of LP for a while now. First on my Eris, and now on my Incredible. Every now and then I'll try to go back to plain Sense for a while, but I keep coming back to LauncherPro. Sense has 3 (non-customizable) shortcuts on it's launcher. Whereas LauncherPro has 15 (very customizable) shortcuts on it's launcher. That alone is worth the money. All of my most used apps go on the Launcher bar, leaving tons of free screen space for big widgets like the calendar and facebook. Get this app!!!
Abandonware, Do Not Purchase I had a 4-star review on this from 2 years ago and was tooling through the play store when I saw the app still here. The app hasn't been updated since before Gingerbread. There is no point in paying for an app that will never be updated. I cannot recommend any other launchers because I'm perfectly happy with the stock Jelly Bean launcher, but LauncherPro is dead and has been so for quite some time.
moving on been using this launcher almost since I first got my first android 6 months ago. has been really nice, and is one of the few apps I was willing to pay for. but really doesnt' seem to be a lot of development going on, especially considering there are still some notable bugs that need fixing. I'm ok if there are issues with apps, but at least I want to know there's active work going on to fix them. looks like dev is off working on music app...so I'm moving on to Go, which seems to get more attention from devs
Best launcher even after 2 years of no updates Like every one else.. Do I wish there were updates? Sure, but you know what.. It does more than I need, and exactly what I want. It's fast, reliable, and customizable. Limited fc's and is easy on the memory. Ever heard the phrase don't fix it, if it ain't broke? Props to Dev. Do hope your still alive though.
- NEW Support for icon packs.
- NEW Real homescreen looping (enabled by default, you can disable in Preferences > Appearance Preferences).
- NEW Option to hide homescreen icon label backgrounds.
- Scrolling performance improvements.
- Fixed an issue with 3rd party scrollable widgets on some HTC phones.
- Fixed a visual glitch when using Light caches and the "Flip" transition.
- Fixed hidden apps reappearing when they're updated.
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