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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid Pro' started by jpcalhoun, Feb 6, 2011.

  1. jpcalhoun

    jpcalhoun Senior Member

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    Anyone who, like myslef, prefers a "clean" home screen without all the clutter of app icons, try on a new app called Circle Launcher...it's in the Market. Very nice way to consolidate "like apps" under one ico. Circle Launcher is pretty customizable. For more info: Review: Circle Launcher
     
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    Thanks for the suggestion, JP...I had seen before, but I checked out the video at your link and ended up buying the paid version...I'm all for less clutter!

    Thanks again!


    btw...was the kid in the video 8 years old or something? he's starting early...
     
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    +1 purchased as well, thanks for bringing this to my attention, it's pretty damn convenient.

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    jpcalhoun Senior Member

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    Hi StingRay...I don't know, he sounded pretty young to me. The funny thing is, of all the videos you could watch, his was the best (none where real good that I watched). Glad you like the app...I got the paid version also.
     
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    No problem.
     
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    He did do a good job! Maybe Droid Life will put him on the payroll....:icon_ banana:
     
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    I prefer having no icons at all on my homescreens. If LauncherPro would offer the ability to put app drawer icons in folders, I'd be content.
     
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    I believe that you can put app drawer icons in a folder on either lpro or adw, unless I am misunderstanding you. Just press and hold an icon in your app drawer then move it to the folder.

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    LauncherPro will allow it to be in folders on one of the homescreens, but not within the app drawer itself. I just want to be able to organize my app drawer a little better. I'm not looking to add more clutter to my homescreen.
     
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    Right, youre looking for folders in the app drawer itself. The only think i know you can do is hide icons in the app drawer but i know of no way to have folders there.

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    Yeah, I think GoLauncher does it, but I like the rest of the features of LauncherPro, so I'll live with it for now. Hopefully the dev adds in this feature at some point.
     
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