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Which launcher is better ADW and Go launcher?

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Which launcher is better ADW and Go launcher? in case of smooth which one is the best or if you have another launcher is better than both of this

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Which launcher is better ADW and Go launcher? in case of smooth which one is the best or if you have another launcher is better than both of this

i like ADW because it uses less ram, but Go launcher looks very good

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adw launcher ex, and launcherpro

Inviato dal mio Liquid usando Tapatalk

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subjective, go's undated once a week, if it were adw, id go for the ex version, go is free and my personal favorite, as an alternative, there's mr home better adw :)

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But I use liquid next 1.9.2 and why adw launcher is have some laggy while I go to menu to find some app? ?

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It's not laggy. The ADW launcher utilizes lesser system resources so its scrolling animations are not as fluid as in Go Launcher or Launcher Pro. Its your personal choice - if you want butter smooth scrolling then go for Launcher Pro but if u want a launcher that initializes fast and uses less system resources then use Zeam Launcher or ADW. Go Launcher EX has quite heavy resource usage but its the one with the most amount of features too.

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I tried all the Launchers out there but got back to Launcher Pro every time.

It's still the fastest and smoothest.

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