More Home Replacement Apps for Android

July 15, 2010 at 9:17 pm Leave a comment

A few days ago, I went over dxTop, a home replacement app for Android.  As much as its screen layout set it apart from other home screen applications, dxTop may not be for everyone.  Another popular app is GDE from PinkVenture, which features traditional horizontal scrolling through up to seven screens, customizable buttons for the menu bar, and an ‘app dock’ widget, among other things.

The most noticeable feature of GDE is menu bar at the lower part of the screen, which houses a ‘menu’ button that acts like the stock Android applications drawer.  On either side of it is a button, which can be customized to access your contacts, dialer, phone settings, web browser, SMS messenger, and the ‘add’ button for adding applications, widgets, etc. to any of the home screens.  This bar stays in place as you move through your screens, just like the applications drawer.

Read the rest at my Examiner page. . .


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