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Zeam Launcher for Android Updated
XDA member cloakt presents Zeam Launcher, a lightweight launcher alternative for Android, now updated to version 2.4.
You can completely change the way you use your device with this interesting application developed for Android 2.1 and up. Features included on this version are: Elastic scrolling, scrollable dock bar, 1 to 7 screens with pinch screen previews, long hold uninstall from trashcan and hide home screen icon labels, and many more.
Originally posted by cloakt
Zeam Launcher 2.4.0 (requires Android 2.x or higher)
- 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
- scrollable widget support
- auto rotate orientation
- live wallpaper support
- fullscreen mode
You can find more information in the application thread.
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