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[APP] ThrottleLauncher 1.0.1
ThrottleLauncher enjoys a good reputation and its development has been growing non-stop. You´ll find a very fresh and new looking UI worked to great detail. This version by APBilbo also comes with a video preview of the upcoming 1.1 version, which shows some interesting changes.
Devices need to have NET.CF 3.5 installed, all screen resolutions are supported. The new upcoming version will include a “Nexus One” skin!
Originally posted by APPBilbo
If you want to see a video and some info of what is about to come with ThrottleLancher 1.1 check it HERE
Between many other improvements it includes:
- Speed improvement (up to 40% on some devices).
- Live wallpapers!!
- New widgets
- Tap&Hold to move widgets.
Continue on to the application thread for more information.
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