Apex Launcher Pro released, updates free version too

April 27, 2012
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If you have Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich you should probably try out APEX Launcher. This home replacement built specifically for Android 4.0 ICS has tons of options, features, and more customization options than you'll ever need. Today its been updated to version 1.1 in the Play Store and they've launched Apex Launcher Pro today too so check it out below.

The update brings pinch-in gestures, shortcuts to gestures, fixes for landscape mode on tablets, tons of optimization and speed increases and more. If you've been using Apex you'll love this latest update. The big news though is the release of Apex launcher Pro available now as it brings awesome new features the free version doesn't offer.

With Apex Pro you'll unlock 9 awesome new features that will give you even more options. Things like multiple app drawers and more. Here's the list of all the impressive new features they bring to Android:

- Multiple configurable drawer tabs
- Unread count notifications
- Dock swipe gestures
- Two finger gestures
- More transition effects
- Batch add option for folders
- Option to merge folder contents
- Widgets in dock (1x1 only)
- Overlapping widgets

Android Does, the developers behind Apex claim that multiple changes and even more sweet features are in the pipeline and on the way for both the free, and pro version that are available today. You'll need to have the free version installed, and once you purchase PRO it'll unlock all the new goodies. Let us know what you think and if this tops NOVA launcher.

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  • ChaosKiller

    Well I’ve used both Nova and Apex and it’s been hard for me. They both have their advantages and to be honest, it’s really close. I bought Apex pro though.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mike-Drips/587979542 Mike Drips

    I bought Apex Pro as well but to be honest, I’m not impressed with the ICS “upgrade”. I’m not seeing what Apex Pro is bringing to the table. God forbid anyone actually write some documentation and post it to the web.