WenWM · Apr 10, 2010 at 11:33 am

HelixLauncher2 Now in the Market With Updates

Helix Launcher is a spectacular application that gives the bottom of your screen some function. This app makes launching your favorite applications a fast and easy task while not taking up too much of your memory. The application works surprisingly well with most ROMs, loads fast and does not get errors.

Modified Launcher2 features:

  • Based on Launcher2 from Cyan’s git
  • iPhone/Hero-like Scrolling
  • Fully fixed auto rotation
  • App Menu Button Long Press -> Quick Switcher
  • Up to 7 screens! NEW!
  • Long-press at desktop as an option
  • Drag & Drop bottom shortcuts NEW!
  • Commented Code (where I remembered I changed)
    • Support for stock N1s or Android 2.1 devices
    • Using a backward code which might slow down the apps menu

The thread has more information about this application and its updates.


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