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GO Launcher EX

GO Launcher EX

GO Launcher Ex, the extended version of GO Launcher, is a popular home application for the Android platform.

It supports customizable home makeover, themes, smooth operation experience as well as various practical utilities. It brings you a fresh and extraordinary mobile operation experience.

GOLauncherEX in action GOLauncherEX in action

Features:

  • Thousands of personalized themes which assign special icons to your applications and an associated wallpaper
  • Featured widgets, such as GO Calendar, GO Task Manager and GO Clock
  • Extremely fancy home screen transitions: Choose from Bounce, Bulldoze, Cube (inside), Cube (outside), Flip (simple), Flip (with wallpaper), Roll, Wave, Windmill, Binary star, Chariot, Shutter, Chord, Cylinder, Sphere, or Random
  • Screen indicator
  • App drawer transition and horizontal transition
  • Hide the status bar
  • Highly customizable
  • Smooth flipping experience
  • Gestures: Home key, glide up, glide down
  • Show/hide application lables
  • Change the grid layout of icons
  • Change settings for the dock
  • User-defined folder to easily categorize apps
  • Live Wallpapers
  • Set icon sorting, hide app icon and uninstall apps
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Verdict:

Go Launcher EX is an excellent home screen replacement app. It is one of the most feature-laden apps of its type and does not impact on performance. It even has its own theme store.

9/10

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