When Samsung took their first stab at a custom Android UI, the results were not pretty. Reviewers hated Touchwiz and Gizmodo said, “Samsung’s Behold II is the most impressively ugly Android phone in existence. The custom interface is so bad, so gaudy and so confusing it turned my brains into ooze.”
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Twitter user @Ruqqq has recently announced that a beta version of his Quickdesk home “replacement” application is now available on the Android Market. I use the replacement term very loosely, as the application is not necessarily meant to replace your home screen, but rather acts as a supplement or enhancement to it.
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A stable, capable, and customizable home replacement.
Sweeter Home has been in beta forever, but they are finally nearing the release of Preview 2. Lemon from Sweeter Home Skins has an early release of Preview 2 and posted a series of videos that demonstrate the new features and improved stability.
We have seen several home replacement apps for Android that added new features, but nothing as radically different as Open Gesture. Hollowire is currently beta testing a new app that allows you to launch shortcuts by drawing letters, numbers, and pictures. Simply record the gesture control and assign it a shortcut, then ... Read More »