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[APP][2.2+] EasyGApps, an elegant way of downloading GApps packages! (09/07/13)

7th September 2013, 10:34 AM |#1  
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wuddup!

I'm MBQ, aka, a fantastic developer.. and I present to you..

EasyGApps!

Dude it sound like a slutty GApps package, wtf is it REALLY?

A simple, and elegant, way of downloading GApps packages.


(Credits to the artist of this picture)

Features:
-HardwareAccelerated enabled
-Clears cache on exit
-8 different application themes to choose from
-Great dev support
-Extremely sleek and elegant design
-Optimized Views
-Much more!!


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Download from the Play Store:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/d....mbq.easygapps

Direct download:
http://vanir.mbqonxda.net/download/E...asygapps-2.apk

Credits:
ckChangelog: https://github.com/cketti/ckChangeLog
Crouton: https://github.com/keyboardsurfer/Crouton

Credit goes to the respectful artists of the images I used.
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Reserved for whatever!!
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awesome,great work!!!

That's what I like to hear!
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7th September 2013, 10:47 AM |#5  
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Thanks Trying it out now.
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Thanks Trying it out now.

Let me know how you like it!

Although relatively simple, this thing is really powerful imo.

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Have tested few things and i must say thats an really beautifull,fast and helpfully app,thanx.:thumbup:

GREEEEETZ!!!!
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Originally Posted by -CALIBAN666-

Have tested few things and i must say thats an really beautifull,fast and helpfully app,thanx.:thumbup:

GREEEEETZ!!!!

Thank you!

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Why have an app can go to a website? Isn't that what the browser does? I understand it consolidates all available gapps in one location but that's why a browser has bookmarks.

Not being mean, just wondering whats the point of having an app that takes you to a website.

Someone enlighten me..

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Why have an app can go to a website? Isn't that what the browser does? I understand it consolidates all available gapps in one location but that's why a browser has bookmarks.

Not being mean, just wondering whats the point of having an app that takes you to a website.

Someone enlighten me..

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Solid points.

BUT

Again, its just an *easier* way of accessing GApps, and much easier than going to all these sites and setting up bookmarks

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