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Does anybody use Go Launcher?

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18th July 2012, 08:01 AM   |  #1  
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I'm using Go Launcher right now, and I'm pretty satisfied. Is there any better theme app than this? what apps do you use for your theme?
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18th July 2012, 08:36 AM   |  #2  
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I really like go sms pro and a few others They make a lot of decent apps, all highly customizable. I used go launcher before I got CM9. As for others? Idk.

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I used Go with my Droid X and Liberty and loved it. Since this is my first HTC I've been giving sense a try, but the thing that drives me nuts is the home screen only sits vertical, where as Go works either or.

I never did theme mine, the craziest i got was enabling some of the cool page transition graphics. I'm starting to lean toward Go again, esp if i can get the sense clock/weather 4x1 widget. I have to say i love that thing a lot.

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22nd July 2012, 11:54 PM   |  #4  
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I used Go with my Droid X and Liberty and loved it. Since this is my first HTC I've been giving sense a try, but the thing that drives me nuts is the home screen only sits vertical, where as Go works either or.

I never did theme mine, the craziest i got was enabling some of the cool page transition graphics. I'm starting to lean toward Go again, esp if i can get the sense clock/weather 4x1 widget. I have to say i love that thing a lot.

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Being only vertical is what drives me nuts about Sense. If there was a way for the homescreen to be auto orientation, then Sense would be all I need.

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23rd July 2012, 12:01 AM   |  #5  
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I have tried Go Launcher, but I don't like the menu bar on bottom eating up my screen space.

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24th July 2012, 11:32 PM   |  #6  
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I have tried Go Launcher, but I don't like the menu bar on bottom eating up my screen space.

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Same with me, that's a waste of space. Apex launcher doesn't have that black menu bar. Not sure about other launchers.
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I used it in the past but found it "choppier" then other options. ADWLauncher EX is my go-to nowadays. never had a problem with it.
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I'm trying it right now. It seems to be the only one that I can find that offers a 5 column app drawer and allows resizable widgets for free.
It seems pretty fast, there is choppiness every now and then but that is usually when I'm running other stuff at the same time.

The biggest downside is the Honeycomb menu bar. I emailed the developer about this issue, hopefully they will take care of it since it is a fairly simple fix. If some of you like it too (except for the menu bar), I'd encourage you to email them and complain. The more complaints the higher the chances of a fix. golauncher@goforandroid.com
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I tried most launchers and the one i like the most is Nova Launcher.

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+1 for Nova

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