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Discussion in 'Android Applications Discussions' started by Lynx, Dec 11, 2009.
So what do you guys think is better? Debating on if it is worth the purchase or not.
Home++ Beta is free...there's the answer!
So is panda home, but it doesnt make it better
I have tried Both and I was happier with GDE, I liked the home lay out but it was laggy for me. GDE just seems to blaze.
Home++ has up to 7 screens
Semi-Customizable bottom dock (work in progress according to developer )
Hide/un-hide notification bar.
flip clock widget that actually flips!
first developer to produce an animated widget!
it's free so give it a shot... if you don't like it you can always uninstall
GDE did run exceptionally well... but for me the fact that wallpapers are cut in half for cube effect was a deal breaker. Spoke to the developer and there is no way to change the 'split' effect because in order for the cube animation to work it had to be coded that way. Just an FYI. (a left and right image... unlike the stock where it 'shift's as you scroll)
I agree with everything on here. I could never get a wallpaper right on the Cube and the cube is the biggest reason I got it. The bottom dock is great for Home++ and will only get better since its still in beta
I like GDE its works great for me. Very very fast.
I kept getting quite a few force close with Home++ before the recent OS update...afterwards I had just one when a phone call came in..yet to try GDE..but that's next
yea the new OS update made Home++ much better
I've had GDE, Pandahome, Open Home, and Home++ all on my phone.
Personal opinion I like Home++ better than all of them. Again that's an opinion. GDE seemed to lag a lot for me, Pandahome had WAY too many FC's, I wasn't a fan of Open Home's layout, and I've had nothing but Good results with Home++.
I used Panda, GDE and Home++ and like Home++ the best atm. It simply flys on my machine compared to the others. I like the simplicity of Home++.
Meh... I have both. Trying to figure out which one I like best. Home Switcher really helps with that.