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Launchers question

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid X' started by elitecmdr666, Nov 24, 2010.

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    ok so my question is which is the best launcher out there right now i have live home and launcher pro but i dont know if im overkilling it, so i just want to pick the best one so can i please have any input on this?
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    You can always try adw launcher, its my favorite.

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    i think i also have that one which comes with the 928BGX theme if im correct, so i guess i have 3 launchers live home, launcher pro and adw but still dont know which is the best an which once besides adw has good bells and wistles
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    ran adw initially, then went with launcher pro. haven't looked back yet.
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    I've messed around with just about all of them one time or another, but i always go back to launcher pro.
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    yeah i been trying all of them but i dont want to clutter my system with all these launchers and plus i need to free up some space.
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    Zeam for simplicity.

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    a lot of roms on droid x currently use adw as it's friendly to them. I use adw, might want to get used to doing so as well. Really it's all preference though.
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    ADW prob is the best Launcher with the most bells and whistles, while launcherpro is just a tad bit simpler with maybe slightly better performance (though not by much)

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    I was exactly the opposite, paid for Launcer Pro Plus (and do like it) but tried ADW and like it better. I don't need the multiple dock bars in LP and I like the themes in ADW. I think it's all a matter of preference and they are both great launchers.
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