Optimize your homescreen free space with this very useful app

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  • 25 Jun 2012
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  • We don’t just use our homescreen space for placing widgets but also for shortcuts that enable quick access the most commonly used apps, like the camera or email client. Most of us like it simple, the more free space we have on the homescreens the better but sometimes that becomes difficult to achieve.

    Optimize your homescreen free space with this very useful app

    Even if we can add folders on the homescreen, with time we all wish for more space while the cramped interface becomes tiresome. A solution to all of our problems of this nature could be Circle Launcher. The application allows creating lists, accessible via a widgets available in different sizes. The list is not limited to applications. In the same way one can add contacts or bookmarks by placing more widgets. Circle Launcher’s main advantage is the customization possibilities. You can define the widget’s icon and size, how the list should open, position and size, behavior when we access the icon, as for example background dimming or vibration feedback. Circle Launcher was built to meet all the user’s needs.

    Due to the large number of options developers have had to find a solution in case a re-install should occur so you would not have to redo all the settings. This solution was implemented as an option to backup / restore that works very well. On another note the application has undergone major UI changes recently for a more enjoyable experience.

    Circle Launcher screenshots

    Get Circle Launcher on the Play Store. It comes in both a light version, with a limited number of options available and the full version for little over $1.

     

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