A cool concept that is in need of a lot of refinement. While I liked the layout and the idea, it turns out the predictions are only useful for those who only use seven apps (the number that can fit in the center area). If an app originally is on the outside edge, and then after a couple uses pops to the center, if it loses it's place in the center, it will go all the way back to the original place on the edge, rather than a location close to the center. Other than the apps in the center, the rest of apps are not grouped by any rhyme or reason. What would be nice is to have less-used apps grouped by category, while more commonly-used apps appear in the center. It would also be cool to have a location-based prediction option, such as my Starbucks app at center when I walk into Starbucks. It would also be nice to have a Google search bar on home screen. Further, I noticed some of the widgets don't display properly. In addition, I can't add shortcuts to the desktop (such as website links): it only displays apps. Until this launcher can be tuned up, I don't see myself using it for the long-run.
Some little things need to be fixed. I think you should be able to move apps around; if you thought one app should be with another color group. That includes the 7 in the middle as well. One more thing, the flashlight widget won't work.
Pretty good I love the concept but I think 2 changes would make it perfect: 1) Most frequently used apps stay towards center even if outside of center cluster. So your least used apps stay on the VERY outside. 2) Able to move apps to different colors. Some apps get misplaced in a wrong color, I wish I could manually correct this. Other than that, easily my favorite launcher right alongside the pixel launcher.
It looks cool The app sorting is very confusing and widgets don't work well with the hexagonal theme. Maybe add a choice of the alphabetical list as default. If I could drag around apps and them snap in place, I would give another star. More settings and one more star.
It's your basic b*tch launcher. There are no animations, just a palette of apps, rather unorganized. Takes too long to find anything. Only good thing is that it's free and can replace your existing launcher.
Interesting idea It doesn't seem that accurate on most used apps. I know this from using Nova as that knows my most commonly used apps and most of those in the middle here are not correct. I could see potential for this depending on how well it develops. Being able to select my most common apps would be helpful.
* Allow apps to be hidden
* Drop-shadow added to app logo
* App predictor improvements
* Fix for some apps not appearing (eg dialer, contacts)
* Crash fixes
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