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Launcher with ICS

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by mystik1, Mar 10, 2012.

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    For those of you who use ICS, are you all sticking with the default launcher or using another?

    I just installed ICS, and I always used Launcher Pro before doing so (and I like it). I read some reviews for some ICS launchers, but could never try them before now. So, I am wondering what the majority are thinking. Do you stick with the default, or switch to another? If another, which do you prefer? I have all set configurations saved for Launcher Pro...so, that's always a plus...but, I am willing to try out new things if there are better options now. I know Launcher Pro has not been updated much lately.
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    Both Nova Launcher and Apex Launcher are in the market now and both are similiar to the stock ICS launcher but offer more customization abilities...they are both free (Nova has a prime version that you pay for) but give the free versions a try...
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    Do you know offhand if either of those has built-in folder management like FolderOrganizer? I like how you can go into it and see which apps are in which categorizes, easily put apps that are not in a category into one, etc. Plus, it prompts you to select the category when you add a new app, which is handy sometimes. Or, do any of you still use FolderOrganizer no matter which launcher you use?
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    No built in folder management but they both offer easy folder creation that you can add apps too...

    I would say FO would still prove to be a good resource on these ROMs if you like having the automatic folder management.
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    I switch between nova and apex. I feel that Nova is a little more tuned and perfected, but I'm really diggin' the tablet transition affect on Apex.

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