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Just wondering like myself if people have replaced the launchers on there tablets as personally think that the Android one is not the best at all lacking in both features and performance.
One my android phone I used to use Launcher pro plus because of its speed but after trying it on the Arnova 10g2 it has a bug when you open the app drawer and turn the tablet orientation to landscape it only shows what looked like one icon with the rest stacked on top so now use Go Launcher ex because of its feature list and continued updates. Launcher Pro from what I have read was supposed be be totally rewritten but that was a year ago.
After doing some research I come across Go Launcher for tablets that has been released in beta form.
beta for 7 or 10 inch tablets.
V2.70 beta for tab: http://golauncher.goforandroid.com/
I have downloaded it but tablet in for repair so cant test it as yet
Any testers for this appreciated and please see below for a round up of launchers available for android.
As a point of interest a round up: http://kschang.hubpages.com/hub/Droid-Home-Replacement-App-Comparison
Lastly I must mention SPB SHELL 3D a real eye candy launcher that I have tested briefly on the Arnova, the scrolling is butter smooth and although it does not have the feature set of Launcher pro or Go Launcher ex is certainly is nice to look at and have some really nice looking widget screens, but the only draw back to this is the price £9.95 on the Android market quite a price to pay for an app but really does show off the tablet! http://spb.com/products/mobileshell/
Thank you please give your thought on this and if you have never tried a different launcher it can really transform your experiance when using your tablet.
Ps you may need home switcher for froyo as well to change the default launcher to your new one if you want to give it a try
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