Not just folders, but folders IN folders! I haven't seen that since my jailbroken 2 gen iPod Touch. AND Homescreen shortcuts are not a copy of the app drawer folder, but rather a link/pointer. So, if I add or remove an app to a folder in the app drawer, the folder on my homescreen is changed too. That make organizeation SO much easier to maintain. Two things I'd really like to see: 1) preview folder icons, with the folder icon showing a small array, 2x2, 3x3 of the icons for apps in the folder. And 2) Ability to automatically put new apps in a default folder.
Galaxy S4 KitKat Screenshots don't give this app justice. If you allocate all apps to a folder, you only see the folders. Free icons for the folders can be found online, which makes the screen very good looking. Using the default TouchWiz launcher, I can group all my apps as I please. You can even put a folder within a folder. If you like to have your apps in an organized menu structure, this app is spot on. Being able to rename apps and change their default icon is a great bonus.
Pretty good Slight delay opening, could be just my device. Other apps were way slower than this one though. Customization is ok. No uninstall or add to homescreen so I'm sticking with go launcher app drawer. Nice app overall
Brilliant Nice and snappy! I use with Zeam launcher and performance is great. I have some feature requests. 1. Hiding the window title 2. Centre the wallpaper rather than using the left most portion 3. Option to generate folder icon based on the contents of the folder
Good app, could use a little more This app is perfect to organize apps into folders and it does that very well. I absolutely love the ability to do a batch move as it is much easier than dragging apps one by one into folders. However, this app would be perfect if it included a search option and a way to set how the apps are sorted (ie. Alphabetical, most recent, most popular, etc.). I also wish there was a way to replace the stock Android app drawer.
Al lows an arbitrary tree structured directory (folder) structure instead of totally disallowing subdirectories (a folder inside of a folder). For this, I love it!
Improve app refresh