Enhance Your Droid UI with ADW Launcher EX

| December 26, 2010 | Reply

Android fanatics this is an application you must have.  The new integration of ADW.Launcher will extend your phones capabilities. Android users be excited with all the amenities that this product will bring to your finger tips.

ADW Launcher EX is based on the ADW.Launcher opensource code with a lot of new additions and improvements, for example:

-5 different app drawer styles/behaviors
-3D Nexus One like applications drawer
-2 different plain vertical applications drawers styles, the “old one” and a new fast and smooth one
- 2 different Iphone-like horizontal applications drawers, a traditional paginated one and a new one with continuous fling
-Different desktop transitions (8 at the moment): new animations while navigating through your desktop screens. Try them all, they’re crazy!!!
-New Icons configurations/look and feel: Tweak your desktop icons, change its sizes, add coloured backgrounds, change font size, color, etc!
- New fast presets mode: Quickly change the whole desktop configuration by 1 click!
-Editable desktop icons for applications, shortcuts and folders!
-Lots of code improvements

On Android, your home screen and app drawer are collectively and commonly referred to as the “Launcher.” And you’re not stuck with the one that came with your phone. There are plenty of custom launchers out there. And you’re going to want to check out the new ADWLauncher EX.

It brings a whole lot of custom UI goodness to your Android phone. For you old salts, bask in the glory that is ADWLauncher EX. It’s based off the old ADW.Launcher code, but with more sex appeal. Five app drawer styles and behaviors, eight home screen transitions, new icons, fast presets — you’re going to want this.

ADWLauncher EX will cost you about $3.43 — money well spent. Check out the video after the break, and there’s more info and screen shots are at the source link.

Source: AndroidCentral
Source: JB Themes

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