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Default [APP] GO Launcher v1.22 released

Go Launcher is an amazing home replacement app for Android .
-Extremely smooth scrolling
-Convenient icon pop-menu
-Gesture supported
-Useful app drawer to uninstall apps and kill tasks
-Removable screen previews (Up to 30 screens)

Supported android versions: 2.0 and above

GO Launcher V1.22 update:
-New Christmas theme
-Supported long press search button response
-Fixed customized icons turn to default after reboot
-Fixed crash problem of memory overflow

More customization options will be released soon.

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Update log:
V1.21 【2010/12/17】
-Fixed direct update and crash problems of V1.20
-New app drawer folder:Drag icon overlay to create new folder
-Supported scrollable & resizable widgets
-Supported customized icons (test)
-Fixed crash issues on Droid & Droid X (thanks Adam’s help)
-Fixed icon disappearance and livewallpaper interactive problem

V1.20 【2010/12/16】
-New app drawer folder:Drag icon overlay to create new folder
-Supported scrollable & resizable widgets
-Supported customized icons (test)
-Fixed crash issues on Droid & Droid X (thanks Adam’s help)
-Fixed icon disappearance and livewallpaper

V1.13 【2010/12/12】
-Supports Japanese (Greek coming soon )
-Fixed apps of a lower case letter sorting error
-Fixed some initial entry force close issues
-Fixed laggy issues in some phone models
-Improve battery power consumption

V1.12 【2010/12/12】
-Fixed some initial entry force close issues
-Fixed laggy issues in some phone models
-Improve battery power consumption

V1.11 【2010.12.07】
-Support app ordering in alphabetical as well as Installation time .
Tips: Press MENU button in function chart to set ordering option.

V1.1 【2010.12.04】
-Improved scrolling performance.
-Fixed random icon missing issue for SD card installed app.
-Fixed crash issue on Droid phone.
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Topic already the other topics...

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Its there a way to put all the apps in the app drawer in alphabetical order? Mine is for the most part, but some of my apps aren't in order.

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Decided to unfreeze Go Launcher today after LauncherPro got stuck in an FC loop on me. I gotta say, this launcher is coming along really well since I last played with it a few weeks ago. With scrolling and resizable widget support now implemented, it's at a point I'm going to try it as my main launcher.

So far I like the speed and polish.

My only issue thus far is that when switching to landscape mode with a 5x4 layout, the widgets tend to overlap each other a bit. LauncherPro has managed to correct this, but Go Launcher does redraw the layout switch much faster.

One other thing I've noticed: if I long-press the menu button to bring up the search screen, Go Launcher crams all the widgets from the current screen (including the dock) into the half-screen space visible above the keyboard (using HTC_IME), and I can't get the search textbox to actually appear in order to perform a search.
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This launcher is ok but lags sometimes on the app drawer I have now started using adw launcher ex my God it is so good.
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An excellent one, except for the fact that it doesn't have its own widgets (Messages, Mail, Facebook, People, and Twitter), unlike LauncherPro.

I'm running them both now, hopefully the op does include these in the next update.

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but can u change the Dock to custom docks besides the 2 options it gives
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Sorry if this is already included but I have a suggestion.

Ive always though a great idea for a launcher would be some sort of interoperated system to separate games and apps from each other.

Maybe a left swipe would bring up your games selection and right would bring up your apps.

Now I know you can do this manually by adding the icons to the left and right panels of a launcher but some sort of system for adding them upon installation would be good also.
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I like it, would be nice if the "icon pop-up menu" could be assigned to a swipe movement as well as long press does'nt work all that well on all phones.

And I for one likes that it does'nt have a bunch of bloat such as widgets.
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Direct uninstalling from appdrawer like the TouchWiz launcher from Samsung does would be cool.
Of course it would acquire root..

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