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View Poll Results: Which launcher do you prefer?
GO Launcher EX 18 36.73%
LauncherPro 7 14.29%
ADW Launcher 10 20.41%
Zeam Launcher 5 10.20%
SPB Shell 3D 1 2.04%
ICS Launcher 2 4.08%
Launcher 7 1 2.04%
Other/Stock 5 10.20%
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Adw EX landscape mode only
No dock no status bar
Elegance theme
Multi Live wallpaper
Adw trasition effect- cubed
Muti live wallpaper transition- outside cube =

3D UI

Really neat how it all plays together




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Default Nemus Launcher

This launcher have same functionality of GoLauncherEx, but is faster and lighter, very very responsive.

I tested a lot of launchers, because my priority is responsiveness.
Zeam have the smallest installer so I was surprised when found Nemus perform faster.
Xperia is very fast too, but lacks some functionality, so winner is Nemus in my opinion (fast as xperia, full of features but no bloatware).
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