Apex Launcher For ICS Gets a Sweet Update, Download Link Available


The latest launcher to rock the Android community is making great strides and now you can get your hands on a Beta version of the app to see what the buzz is all about.  Apex Launcher for Android is a jam packed feature rich launcher for your ICS smartphone.  The beta expires April 20th for those wanting to give it a spin so be sure to download ASAP.  Note the vast amount of changes the app has been given such as Widgets in the app dock and newly added two finger gestures:

  • Added pinch in gesture option
  • Added launch shortcut option for gestures
  • Added vertical dock margin option
  • Multiple configurable drawer tabs (pro)
  • Unread count notifications (pro)
  • Dock swipe gestures (pro)
  • Two finger gestures (pro)
  • More transition effects for homescreen and drawer (pro)
  • Batch add option for folders (pro)
  • Option to merge folder contents (pro)
  • Widgets in dock (pro)
  • Overlapping widgets (pro)
  • Some bug fixes

For those on-board, check out the apk below and don’t forget to let us know what you think in the comments below.

Apex Launcher Beta Download Link

source: Droid Life



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  • Gareth

    Link doesn’t work

  • Hafer

    I was hoping they wouldn’t do a Pro version. :/