Ios Launcher for Android 2015The Ios Launcher for Android 2015
Tampering with the iOS start program
In early 2018, when I was 3 years old on my iPhone, I was experimenting with an Android mobile device. It' quite possible that some or all of the problems were due to the low-end Android device I used during the game. A thing that I always didn't like about iOS is that I have to cross over several pages to find the application I want to use.
Android allows you to fully substitute the Apple Launcher and almost any other key part. While I was trying Android, I came across a launcher named Smart Launcher (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ginlemon.flowerfree&ref=producthunt). Well, I really like the way Smart Launcher works. Uses all your applications and categories them for you (which you can fine-tune), and places a short cut panel (or dock) on the side of the canvas.
Example screenshot of Smart Launcher on Android (with the Utilities section open): First of all I shifted all applications except the kernel telephone/communication applications from the initial start menu. After that I create directories for different types of applications, e.g. Utilities, Web, Games, etc. And then I put these files on the wrong side of the monitor and organised the main telephone/communication applications on the wrong side.
To make this work efficiently, you need enough kernel applications on the monitor to move at least one symbol to the bottom line, otherwise one or more of the symbols in the top right hand corner will be displayed. You have to restrict the content of the directory to 9 applications, otherwise you have to delete left/right in directories.
Screenshot: I can now touch any of the major telephone/communications applications from this reorganized display to instantly type a tip, or touch a file and then touch the element in it to get easy dual touch accessibility. At the end I had an spill on a second monitor. Those are applications I don't use very often or don't use at all, like Compass, AirPort Utility, Files, Find iPhone and Find Friends.
I don't usually have to paint this monitor like that.