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Android icon dock change

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8th May 2014, 12:44 PM   |  #1  
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Hey peeps!

I was just wondering if their was a way to edit the icon dock, specifically add words under the icon? I like the stock icons in CM11 I was just wondering if their was a way to add words to accompany them? For instance underneath the messages icon have the word "messages" and so on and so forth.

Thanks guys and girls because I know their are lady geeks too lol

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Originally Posted by speedyjay

Hey peeps!

I was just wondering if their was a way to edit the icon dock, specifically add words under the icon? I like the stock icons in CM11 I was just wondering if their was a way to add words to accompany them? For instance underneath the messages icon have the word "messages" and so on and so forth.

Thanks guys and girls because I know their are lady geeks too lol

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The text labels underneath home screen and dock are readily
available just by selecting a different launcher which has that feature.

Give "Next Launcher 3D Shell" a try, it has that option and more.
There are other launchers which have that feature too.

Good luck!
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