orb3000 · Nov 24, 2010 at 09:00 am

Netfront Life Screen Launcher for Android

XDA member b-reezy found a home replacement with a nice UI for your Android device. Netfront is a great substitute for your home screen, delivering social network updates as easy as one touch, the icons used interact with the user very well. You have multiple options to fully customize the home. It includes a nice cubic application launcher so searching becomes very fast.
You can find a video of the app in the original thread.

Originally posted by b-reezy
[APP] Netfront Life Screen Launcher

Found this floating around the web & thought I’d share, they have a very interesting UI it’s rather different.

A home app replacement with an easy-to-use interface that delivers previews of social network updates as well as phone services data. Pick a service, such as Facebook or Twitter, to see recent updates. Choose Call History or Contacts to call someone. Use the app launcher cube to quickly find any installed app and launch it.

Based around a single circle of icons, you can control every aspect of your phone with a single screen. Two to be exact The second of which is the screen that holds all your applications in a very slick cube design.

You can find more information in the application thread.


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