Nova Launcher Reaches Version 2.0 – Including Lots of New Features

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  • 03 Jan 2013
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  • Nova Launcher is one of the best, highly customizable home-screen replacement tool based on the latest versions of the Android OS. After integrating the changes and features from Android 4.2, the developer has launched a new version on the Play Store.

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    Nova Launcher version 2.0 brings a lot of highly requested features. Most of them are only available in the Prime version that would set you bacj $3 or so. With the new version you can now customize the size of the icons and shortcuts, one feature that one other very popular launcher – ADW – has had for a long time. There is now the possibility of integrating gestures on any shortcut and increase maximum desktop grid size.

    One other highly requested feature integrated with Nova 2.0 is the option to keep the launcher in memory for speed and stability. The memory usage has also been optimized, along with the scrolling performance and the usual tweaks and bug fixes. Here are some of the new features:

    • Custom wallpaper cropping
    • Infinite Scroll Drawer Setting
    • Alphabetical list drawer style
    • Small Icons Dock Setting
    • Force wallpaper scrolling on USA SGS2
    • Aggressive Desktop Setting (Keep in memory)

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    You will find the free version of Nova Launcher on the Store and you can opt for the Prime version for other features.

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