myHome Launcher – Beta Testers Required
There are by now, quite a few different launcher apps available on the Market to suit a different Android users needs. Here comes another variant, in the form of myHome by XDA forum member IntelSoftApps.
Although the launcher has already been released, the XDA dev has implemented a major update to the app.
The launcher as you would expect, replaces your default launcher providing 3-7 screens enabling users to choose a default, supports all sources of wallpapers including Live Wallpapers, and has a small app file size.
To be involved with beta testing, visit the application thread and email the dev for the test apk. Alternatively, myHome Lite is available to download free in the Market.
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