GO Launcher for Android
XDA member ch213q presents GO Launcher as an interesting home replacement for your Android device. Extremely smooth scrolling, convenient icon pop-menu and gesture supported screen are some of the components that are easily and fully customizable. The developer announced on latest version 1.22 the inclusion of a Christmas theme as well.
Originally posted by ch213q
[APP] GO Launcher v1.22 released
Go Launcher is an amazing home replacement app for Android .
-Extremely smooth scrolling
-Convenient icon pop-menu
-Useful app drawer to uninstall apps and kill tasks
-Removable screen previews (Up to 30 screens)
Supported android versions: 2.0 and above
GO Launcher V1.22 update:
-New Christmas theme
-Supported long press search button response
-Fixed customized icons turn to default after reboot
-Fixed crash problem of memory overflow
You can find more information in the application thread.
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