ThrottleLauncher 1.0 Released
Last week, a preview of the long awaited ThrottleLauncher 1.0 update was unleashed onto YouTube, and now APBilbo has released the final build.
ThrottleLauncher was well known for being highly customisable, with themes imitating the interface of the iPhone, Android and even TouchFLO3D being released. The 1.0 release builds on this by adding hardware acceleration via OpenGL to make for very slick interface animations. (GDI rendering is still supported for devices that don’t have OpenGL support.)
Originally posted by APBilbo
- Easy to install
- 100% customizable
- Battery and memory friendly
- Widget support
- Kinetic scrolling
- OpenGL powered
- MNG and APNG support
- Weather, stocks, RSS
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