This is one of a series of postings on Home Screen Replacements. This review is based on the version that was available in the App Market during the period October 22, 2011 through October 31, 2011. The posting contains my personal view of the Home Screen Replacements. These were all reviewed on my Droid 3. If you like this Home Screen Replacement, please post and describe what you like about it. If you do not like this Home Screen Replacement, then please describe what you do not like about it and/or what you think needs to be changed to improve it. Just saying something like “I like it” or “It sucks” provides not much in the way of information to those with an interest of finding out more about this Home Screen Replacement.
Simple Home Lite
Simple Home is (as the name suggests) a simple home screen replacement for your phone. It features a home screen with your favorite applications displayed as large easy to tap icons, a control to make a call, quick access to the volume settings and an option to display all of your applications. This replacement Home Screen is considered a minimalist Home Screen replacement. There are basically 2 views, the Home Screen with a maximum of 12 user-assigned apps and a area with controls for functions such as loudness, access to phone dialer, Bluetooth, WiFi, etc. The second screen is the app drawer. There is no support for widgets.
I had no problems setting this one up and using it. I found that even though it functioned exactly as described, it was too limiting for me. Those who want a minimalist Home Screen replacement may like this.