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Introduction
Designed by GO Dev Team, ‘Next Launcher 3D’ shows how a 3-D and dynamic launcher could be possibly like -- Extend imagination, extend capabilities. Wish you enjoy this app and embrace the next generation of user interface and interaction to your phone!
Features
* Stereoscopic Screen Preview
Stunning 3D screen preview with dazzling animation of screen switching enables you to access to, add, set home screen, and delete any screen in a second.

* Multi-select Apps
After selecting one app, use sliding gesture to multi-select the other apps. The fantastic interaction designs not only to wow people, but save efforts to fulfill batch operation.

* Customizing Home Screen
Packed with unlimited screen layout function, you may place icons, folders, or widgets randomly on your screen. Change 3D themes and wallpapers to reclaim your phone interface.

* Icons
Icons support rotation, replace, Multi-select, align and so on. Operation is easy and fantastic. Multi-select apps, long press one of the selected apps to gather them, and draw a preview path by selecting operation from app icon menu.

* Rotatable Dock
Invert the dock upward or downward to switch among home screen, preview and editing modes.

* App Drawer
Icons can be arranged by name or time. You can create folders by overlapping app icons. That batch operation to add icons on home screen is also available.

* 3D Widgets & Themes & Live Wallpapers
Popular widgets in 3D space including switch, music, clock have been released, with weather, task manager, calender, notification widgets coming soon. Numerous of 3D themes and live wallpapers are being prepared.

http://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.gtp.nextlauncher&hl=sr


Next Music widget

http://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.gtp.nextlauncher.widget.music&hl=sr


Next switch widget

http://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.gtp.nextlauncher.widget.switcher&hl=sr

Next clock widget

http://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.gtp.nextlauncher.widget.worldclockwidget&feature=search_result#?t=W251bGwsMSwxLDEsImNvbS5ndHAubmV4dGxhdW5jaGVyLndpZGdldC53b3JsZGNsb2Nrd2lkZ2V0Il0.


Some themes

Graphite

http://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.gtp.nextlauncher.theme.graphitehd

Gold

http://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.gtp.nextlauncher.theme.sinjiyo&hl=sr

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Is it *really* worth the price tag? Ok, it looks very pretty, and those with high-end devices will undoubtedly feel the 3D effects are making good use of the technology available, but..... it is still only a launcher and compared to the cost of many other apps.... I am dubious to say the least.

Opinions anybody?

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next launcher use about 50-60mb ram... between next launcher & tsf shell my vote goes to next launcher becouse it is less complicated then tsf, better options, also themable...

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TSF Shell is another expensive option, and still *just* a launcher.....

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i agree with you, price is to big for just launcher, but from other side if we wont some atraction on your fon well we must a pay :)
there is a lot of launchers which is free or less price... but you know if we going on that philosophy why r we buying exspensive phones.

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tried Next Launcher, spent some time playing around with it, didn't like it....

Uninstalled, going to give TSF Shell a whirl...

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tried Next Launcher, spent some time playing around with it, didn't like it....

Uninstalled, going to give TSF Shell a whirl...

Good luck with tsf :)

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So, I played with TSF Shell for a while and here is what I report back:

Looks good, didn't seem to hit the battery too much despite the 3D effects and features. An interesting concept in launchers, it clearly stands out from the crowd in terms of both look and feel, found it *mostly* intuitive to set up and use BUT it seemed somewhat buggy with widgets; frequently lagging or opening the wrong app for the widget displayed. For the cost of it, and it is "only" a launcher, I would hope for a little more in terms of immediate usability; paying this much for *any* app is a big ask of most users let alone for a launcher - I think that many would try to persevere with the bugs and quirks until the next update (the dock for one!) purely to justify having shelled out (pun fully intended).

That said, I am looking forward to the next release to see how that compares....

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