Zeam Launcher updated to v2.0.10
Launcher modifications are now some of the most popular pieces of software available on XDA for Android phones. There are several contending projects, each with unique features and looks, so there’ll always be one suitable for your setup.
Created by XDA member cloakt, Zeam Launcher is one of the most popular launcher replacements, and has recently been updated to version 2.0.10. Since our last article, the application has received many notable additions, such as ‘elastic’ scrolling between home screens, ‘pinch-to-preview’ functionality for seeing all of your screens at once, support for live wallpapers and the ability to assingn a function to an upwards or a downwards finger-swipe.
Zeam Launcher v2.0.10 is available for all Android devices running Eclair or later – devices running older firmware must use a previous version.
You can try it out for yourself by visiting the project’s thread.
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