App Docker Brings a Customizable Way to Launch Your Favorite Apps

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  • 21 Mar 2013
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  • Since Canonical has decided to announce its own version of the OS for mobile smartphones and tablets a whole frenzy with the swipe from the side launcher has begun showing up in different forms on the Play Store. The Ubuntu launchers all provide about the same functions in different styles.


    Though I’m sure these days most Android users have bought or use a custom side launcher from their favorite apps, there are still options worth considering and some only better. As such developer jamesjohnson who is in college and in need of finances has posted a very interesting solution that sets itself apart from the usual options you would find on the Store.

    App Docker offers a way to have your apps kept in handy by placing a small bar on the side of the screen that can be customized depending on preferences and needs. App Docker does not take the whole side of the screen and looks great, especially on bigger screens. You can add your apps and change the distance between them, including some more options for its look and feel. You can set its color, size and even position on the screen as easy as possible.


    App Docker latest version 2.2 is available as a free download on XDA Developers.

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