MultiCon Widget – Add More Icons to Your Home Screen
Some of us run out of space on our home screen for apps, but thanks to XDA member ChEnG Fu for pointing out this cool app that wil save you space. This app allows you to add more icons on your home screen than would normally fit; Enough that should suit anyones’ needs.
Along with adding icons you can add:
- And anything you could normally put on your home screen
This app is perfect for anyone with a large screen that wants to take advantage of that.
Here is the description from the developers site:
Save space with this free widget that lets you put more icons on your homescreen.
Add widgets, select apps you want on them and they work just as your normal shortcuts but taking up less space.
Only your screenspace limits you on how many widgets you can have.
No fees, no ads!
The app works for 1.6 and up. So, go try it out and tell us what you think in the discussion thread.
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