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11th April 2012, 12:48 PM |#21  
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It's simply called ics launcher in the Google play store

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Yeah I used it at one point as the stock launcher in the original Thrill Seeker rom. Its a very nice launcher. It appears to be built off of the adw launcher open source code. Which would explain why it works so well. Adw ex is by far my favorite launcher. Especially with the ICS theme.

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11th April 2012, 10:32 PM |#22  
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Right now I am use Go Launcher Ex with the Cube theme and I love it. I have SPB Shell but it took up to much memory for me. ADW was an awesome launcher but so far I like Go Launcher the best.
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It's simply called ics launcher in the Google play store

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Yeah it works well. But I keep going back to adw ex with ics theme. It rocks too

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Yeah it works well. But I keep going back to adw ex with ics theme. It rocks too

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Which one gives you a better ice cream sandwich feel?

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I actually just switched back to ADW Ex with the ICS theme. I forgot how fast this launcher is. I had been using GO Launcher but I am very happy that I switched back. The ICS theme looks awesome. I would try out both launchers with an ICS theme to see which one you prefer.
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Holo is the best ics theme launcher I have found.. looks just like cm9 just no Widgets in app drawer or persistent search on desktop. You can download free at play store.

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Holo is the best ics theme launcher I have found.. looks just like cm9 just no Widgets in app drawer or persistent search on desktop. You can download free at play store.

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Agreed.

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Holo is the best ics theme launcher I have found.. looks just like cm9 just no Widgets in app drawer or persistent search on desktop. You can download free at play store.

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+1

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