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Zeam Launcher for Android updated
XDA member cloakt presents Zeam Launcher, an application that attempts to create a free and lightweight launcher alternative for Android devices. The updated version 1.5.1 features backward compatiblity from cupcake, 3 to 9 screens with screen previews, scrollable applications dock bar, and more. No doubt Android members will be delighted by this light weight application.
You can download it from Android Market.
Originally posted by cloakt
Zeam Launcher 1.5.1
IMPORTANT: If upgrading from version < 1.2.5, please do a clean install (uninstall then install) to fix the F/C loop issue. Older versions of Zeam had copy-protect on in the Android Market and newer versions don’t, causing issues reading the database files and preferences. Android Issue 2047 (http://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=2047)
- backward compatible from cupcake
- 3 to 9 screens with screen previews
- scrollable applications dock bar
- configurable actions for double tapping and menu button
- custom applications drawer animations
- quick uninstall from delete-zone
- hide home screen icon labels
- capture zeam screenshot ability
- auto rotate orientation
- fullscreen mode
- prevent restart when changing ‘hide icon labels’ setting
- optimizations and refactoring
- upgraded folder icons
You can find more information in the application thread.
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