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    GDE vs. Home++ vs. Pandahome

    list the pros and cons of each theme

    Gde:
    home++:
    PandaHome:

    also, if i install lets say home++ and i dont like it and i want to install a new theme, how would i remove it
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    Go to Market > click Menu... go to Downloads > click on Home++ and 'uninstall'
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    Would like to know pros/cons also. Also, where do I find themes for home ++ ? Don't see any on market place.
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    ^ There aren't currently any themes for Home++
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    I just installed Home++ since they added the screenshot feature. I have tried GDE and think its awesome. However I did have problems with the cube transition blacking out the screen from time to time. You can't go wrong with either one...

    I have never tried PandaHome
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    Additionally, though I can't say anything for the other two, Home++ gives you the ability to easily turn it off via its app entry in the app drawer. Just click on it, and it lets you choose whether to use it, or the original home app.
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    Panda Home
    1 . Its Free
    2. It allows you to add up to 3 on each side what I call pull outs.. I put the apps I use
    most on there and they go with every screen.
    3. It allows you to add additional Screens
    4. It will separate your apps into alphabetical groups.

    Those Are what I like about it.

    I tried Home++ briefly but I had gotten use to Panda.
    I have not tried GDE don't see paying for something I get for free
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    I've tried them all, Open Home, Home+++, Panda Home, and GDE. Was using Panda Home for the past week or so and now have switched back to GDE. It appears they updated it and it works the best on my Droid.

    The page transitions cant be beat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steeeler View Post
    I've tried them all, Open Home, Home+++, Panda Home, and GDE. Was using Panda Home for the past week or so and now have switched back to GDE. It appears they updated it and it works the best on my Droid.

    The page transitions cant be beat.
    GDE's transitions IMO are best... but after speaking with the dev. about the wallpaper having to be split into 'halves' for the cube effect I uninstalled. I like having a wallpaper as my focal point... can't do that with the cube as it splits every one into a left and right half... way the dev said it had to be to get the cube to function properly. I know Panda and Home allow you to 'scroll' the wallpaper.... which I prefer much more. Just an FYI
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    My first Home was Panda and it was nice, but I'm not that sold with it.

    Then I tried GDE and it's been my default.

    I'm playing with Home++ and I prefer it to Panda, but the Application Dock that GDE has keeps drawing me back.

    I have no problems with the wallpaper on any of them, but Home++ (set on 5 screens) is the only one that I know where the ends of the wallpaper is. That's not a problem, just a comment.
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