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Google Now Launcher will be nice if the App Drawer can set Folder or hide unwanted apps, or sort our own so It won't just messy around.



 
 
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Google Now Launcher will be nice if the App Drawer can set Folder or hide unwanted apps, or sort our own so It won't just messy around.

Exactly. The only good thing is the always listening feature. Otherwise the launcher's horrible.
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Exactly. The only good thing is the always listening feature. Otherwise the launcher's horrible.

Ya, agree!
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I've been a Apex Pro user since ICS back at Galaxy S2, and it is the tiny details that made me go for it, however with stuff like xposed, the launcher is going to get a lot of mods.

The current grid size is stupid and made more for sub-five-inch phones, worthless if we cant choose the layout sizes.
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Great!
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Mix it with this one, and you'll be able to adapt it to the Note 3 screen size

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2647275
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