Sam Caplat · Apr 21, 2011 at 03:00 am

Zeam Launcher 2.9.1 Released – Goes From Snail to Hare

We’ve had a lot of interesting additions to the launcher range on XDA recently. There’s been the expensive and very buggy SPB Shell, the free (similar to SPB Shell) and not so buggy Regina 3D, the tablet orientated VTL.Launcher and the extremely innovative, but very slow, Claystone. However, those rather intensive launchers aside, if you’re looking for something that is basic, yet really fast and maintains fantastic customisation options and features, Zeam Launcher may be for you.

Posted by XDA member cloakt, version 2.9.1 features some bug fixes which, after I updated from version 2.8.8 on my Nexus S, have seemingly improved the speed of the launcher as a whole. Not only is it now very good looking sporting its spiffing UI, but it’s also speedy as a hare!

Originally posted by cloakt
[APP] Zeam Launcher 2.9.1

Features:
– elastic scrolling
– scrollable dock bar
– 1 to 7 screens with pinch screen previews
– configurable action bindings (swipe up, swipe down, double tap, home)
– long hold uninstall from trashcan
– hide home screen icon labels
– auto rotate orientation
– widget size spanning
– live wallpaper support
– fullscreen mode

2.9.1:
minor bugfix
defaulted dock background to dark on new installs

If you’re interested in reading the full change-logs or generally supporting the developer, check out the original thread.


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