Yeah the only reason I pointed it out was because that person was so adamant about correcting you and it was inaccurate.Quote:
Originally Posted by bsweetness
Not trying to derail the thread at all, my apologies.
Actually to clarify, Verizon licensed the use of Droids, not Motorola.
However, i personally like the ics we have. Its so lightly skinned its like its stock ics, hardly a blur to be found. I also can assay that because I'm still using adw ex as my launcher, although the text in the add widget setting being blanked out is getting annoying.
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Yep...I was mistaken. I read back when the OG Droid came out that Motorola had got it from Lucus which was wrong. Now you all leave me alone so I can eat my crow in peace. lol
To the OP...I am not sure if it will do what you are looking for but I would suggest trying some of the different launchers. They really have tons of options and customizations.
The top three launchers out there at the moment are Apex, Nova, and GoLauncher. Different users like each launcher for different reasons, so give them each a try and see what you think about them. Apex and Nova have free and paid versions, so if you really like the free versions, the paid version will give you even more features.
I used all of GO's products when I was on GB, but since the ICS upgrade I have stayed stock on everything. However GO gives you some very nice options and you can customize it to your liking.
I had their Launcher, Lock Screen, SMS APP, Notification APP, and all of them were great. At the time though I don't think they updated them to benefit from ICS, I am sure they have by now though.
I used go on GB and also on ICS. Worked great with tons of customizations. Then tried Apex free. Loved it, customizations that I needed and simple enough to not be overwhelmed by it. I now use Nova paid. Very similar to apex... very little difference. The only reason I went with Nova paid is their app drawer folders are icons in the app drawer not separate tabs I have to look for. Nova also does a super job with their widget list... you can see the widget text and for apps that have multiple widgets those multiple individual widgets are in a second tier of the list only appearing if you tap on the app.
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