Seems ok after a reboot Initial install had it doing a lot of things slowing down the phone. No choice but to reboot after that and it's working fine again.
Keeps me organized I can't use any n other springboard, Aviate beats the others i tried by a bunch. No more looking for apps in alphabetical order ... no more 'what's that so called again? '
Android simplified, but not dumbed down Layers and options on Android can get really cluttered, especially on your home screen where every app is vying for your eyeballs. Aviate clears the airspace but also keeps things one or two simple gestures away. Pull down and you get search, up for favorite contacts. Swipe right for a curated (but customizable) list of apps. Two swipes and you get an alphabetized app drawer that SHOULD BE STANDARD on Android. Best app launcher I've used thus far.
Statusbar Transparency I noticed after updating to Android 6.0 Marshmallow the status bar is very dark. Still transparent, but darker. Still love the launcher, I just feel the current statusbar is a visual setback.
Disappointing Home Screen While I like the layout, design, and functionality of this launcher, I cannot stand how the widgets fit on the home screen. Instead of each widget taking up a whole line, it would be nice to be able to fit a few small widgets across a single line. Great for big widgets, but for the 1x1 widgets the space they take up is ridiculous. Also, a search function in the app listing would be nice, and an option to see recently installed apps.
I can't remove the small quick launch circles from home screen I loved this launcher. But in current update they provided small circles for quick launch. Please provide how to remove them from home screen.
🔍 Improved search experience
⚡ Improved performance
🔧 Minor bug fixes
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