Fast, Clean, New Gesture Based Launcher – Download Link Inside

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  • 03 Jan 2013
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  • Gesture based apps encourage developers to launch new methods of interaction with your smartphone, be it Android or iOS etc. One essential part of the Google mobile OS is the launcher, used to define the way we interact with the OS.

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    Most Android users know there are endless possibilities for customizing their smartphone. The launcher, be it custom or manufacturer provided, is the first step toward giving he device a unique and personal note. Most custom launchers you will find on the Store integrate gesture based actions for customizable actions.

    One very interesting addition to the custom launcher category is LMT Launcher. The app is currently developed and tested by the Xda Developers community until it can reach a version suitable for the Play Store. It works on many devices and requires root privileges . The app should be considered a tool for performing certain actions using certain gestures. It works for just about anything you can think of, from turning on/off Wi-Fi to launching an app. The image below shows some of the gestures yo can use. It works from within any app or screen.

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    As currently it is not available on the Play Store we’ve the latest version .APK can be downloaded from the official topic page on XDA Developers. Also, remember to visit the official topic page for new versions.

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