Monthly Archive: June 2013
Some features include extremely smooth scrolling, convenient icon pop-menu and gesture support screen and are now even more customizable. The latest verison 1.22 even includes a Christmas theme. Originally posted by ch213q [APP] GO Launcher v1.22 released Go Launcher is an amazing home replacement app for Android . -Extremely smooth scrolling -Convenient icon pop-menu -Gesture supported -Useful app drawer to uninstall apps and kill tasks -Removable screen previews (Up to 30 screens) Supported android versions: 2.0 and above GO Launcher V1.22 update: -New Christmas theme -Supported long press search button response -Fixed customized icons turn to default after reboot -Fixed crash problem of memory overflow For more information on GO launcher, check out the application thread. [Via XDA]
Nexus S handsets to their staff across the globe immediately if not soon, including Australia where Neither Samsung nor Google have confirmed plans to release the phone for general consumption. This massive handing-out of phones happened back with the HTC Dream and with the Nexus One in India earlier this year. The current wave of Nexus S phones on the market are marked as having 900Mhz and 2100MHz bands, as used by Optus and Vodafone in Australia for 3G reception, but not 850MHz used by Telstra - this is of course noting that the phone does work with 850MHz spectrum with slower data speeds and voice.
Two mentions of Android TV in one day - coincidence? They look RATHER different, but the concept appears to be there - the one we're talking about here is made by Vidtonic and its an IPTV kit powered by Android and they say it'll be released at CES 2011 (just a handful of days from now!) This release is a hardware/software platform kit made for Android developers who'd like to bring their apps to the TV screen - sound like some future molding to you?
Koush (NOTE: only an Alpha version.) Next there's the HTC MyTouch 3G's version done by seo - this version is also an early mod, so early, in fact, that only the data, radio, and Wifi work so far.