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Is there an app/tweak where i can customize the transition animations? I am talking about closing and opening apps.
 
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Is there an app/tweak where i can customize the transition animations? I am talking about closing and opening apps.
Try settings in 'Settings>>Developer Mode' || under drawing tab.
 
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transition animations comes from your Launcher. Go into your launcher settings and depending which one, settings for opening apps can be in different locations. Usually under App Drawer.
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Is there an app/tweak where i can customize the transition animations? I am talking about closing and opening apps.
Yes, there is. It's called "anim mod".
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transition animations comes from your Launcher. Go into your launcher settings and depending which one, settings for opening apps can be in different locations. Usually under App Drawer.
can you recommend a launcher with different animations? Only found nova
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It requires xposed framework but there are some pretty cool animations in here, watch the video

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2477558

[MOD][XPOSED][4.0+] XuiMod v2.2.1 - ListView Anim, BatteryBar, SecondsClock (and more) for Xposed Framework

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can you recommend a launcher with different animations? Only found nova
Go Launcher EX or Next launcher is best for their animation effects.

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Yes, there is. It's called "anim mod".
Sorry, no offense, but this app anim mod really sucks.

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Sorry, no offense, but this app anim mod really sucks.

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Yeah, it only has some basic animations.
This app was before we had xposed and other stuff and we had to edit the animations manually in framework.

And about launcher, there are few.

I personally recommend ADW launcher EX, it has some nice animations and a lot of options.
If You want also a classic one but few 3d effects then Next Launcher.
And finally, if You want some beautiful 3d animations then You should take a look at tsf shell, especially the newest version. However it's not a usual launcher.

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