1. QueenTeee213's Avatar
    I've Tried A lot Of Different Launchers On My Galaxy S7. I Haven't Really Fount One That I'm Too Crazy About!! So What Are/Is Yout Favorite Launchers?!?
    *TIA*
    04-19-2017 02:57 AM
  2. Tim1954's Avatar
    04-19-2017 03:39 AM
  3. LineKill's Avatar
    I use Nova myself. You will find out it is the favorite launcher around here as well.
    04-19-2017 04:25 AM
  4. Wong-Kang's Avatar
    I wouldnt recommend Nova Launcher because it crashes my S7 whenever i try turning on WiFi. I recently updated to Nougat
    04-19-2017 06:32 AM
  5. TwitchyPuppy's Avatar
    I'm not fond of Nova, as it has ugly apps icon. I'd go for Google Launcher.
    04-19-2017 07:36 AM
  6. 1812dave's Avatar
    Without a doubt, Nova Prime and I have no idea what the dude is talking about regarding Nova Launcher having ugly icons. LOL
    Inders99 likes this.
    04-19-2017 09:03 AM
  7. NiffiIsenguard's Avatar
    I got action launcher 3 really liked it and keep using itm launchers are like food everyone has an option and favorites and things they'd change. Just better to find the dish you like
    04-19-2017 12:00 PM
  8. Enverdaz's Avatar
    I am hooked on Action Launcher 3. I have used Nova (Prime) but I seem to always gravitate back to AL3. I think it is the way the gestures all tie together for me. And, me being a one Homescreen / Homepage type, the quick page and a handful of shuttered folders keep things very neat. Add in the BlackBerry Hub and how it puts all your communication tools in one place, with a simple swipe to access, it's a clean, uncluttered and efficient UI...
    Just my 2cp...

    P.S.
    Don't be stingey, support C. Lacey's efforts and cough up for the premium services. They're so worth it!! He keeps it updated regularly and adds features that you will wonder how you ever managed without before.
    I've even decided that BlackBerry's Hub app is actually worth the $o.99 / mo. to be add free since I'm on it more than anything else.. Oh, and btw, the BlackBerry keyboard is available for download. It's the best keyboard I've used so far on Android. The "flick" for predicted words is killah!! And the more you use it the better the predictions become, not to mention that it can predict far more choices than most other 3rd party keyboards.
    I'm all about productivity, and BlackBerry has been the leader in providing high end productivity apps and services, so it just makes sense.
    It's often why my posts are long and detailed. I don't have to actually type much, just "flick" and "flick" and "flick"....
    PM me if you are interested further as to how I have customized my UI experience to be able to access files and apps with blinding ease and speed..
    I will be happy to assist anyone looking to move to a single Homepage UI that is custom designed for your personal use using Action Launcher 3. I'm not really a Nova fan, it just feels janky and laggy to me. - to each their own, I suppose :-)
    04-19-2017 05:23 PM
  9. LeoRex's Avatar
    Other than Nova... Action Launcher of you want to tweak everything. And if you keep it simple, Google Launcher.
    04-19-2017 07:57 PM
  10. yubeie's Avatar
    I am hooked on Action Launcher 3. I have used Nova (Prime) but I seem to always gravitate back to AL3. I think it is the way the gestures all tie together for me. And, me being a one Homescreen / Homepage type, the quick page and a handful of shuttered folders keep things very neat. Add in the BlackBerry Hub and how it puts all your communication tools in one place, with a simple swipe to access, it's a clean, uncluttered and efficient UI...
    Just my 2cp...

    P.S.
    Don't be stingey, support C. Lacey's efforts and cough up for the premium services. They're so worth it!! He keeps it updated regularly and adds features that you will wonder how you ever managed without before.
    I've even decided that BlackBerry's Hub app is actually worth the $o.99 / mo. to be add free since I'm on it more than anything else.. Oh, and btw, the BlackBerry keyboard is available for download. It's the best keyboard I've used so far on Android. The "flick" for predicted words is killah!! And the more you use it the better the predictions become, not to mention that it can predict far more choices than most other 3rd party keyboards.
    I'm all about productivity, and BlackBerry has been the leader in providing high end productivity apps and services, so it just makes sense.
    It's often why my posts are long and detailed. I don't have to actually type much, just "flick" and "flick" and "flick"....
    PM me if you are interested further as to how I have customized my UI experience to be able to access files and apps with blinding ease and speed..
    I will be happy to assist anyone looking to move to a single Homepage UI that is custom designed for your personal use using Action Launcher 3. I'm not really a Nova fan, it just feels janky and laggy to me. - to each their own, I suppose :-)
    +1..been a long time nova user and switched to action launcher 2years ago..never looked back since then..use it with pie control and I've had the best single hand usage experience!
    04-19-2017 08:48 PM
  11. Dooki's Avatar
    I use Nova. But action launcher is fairly good, Apex is finally updating after two years, give that a try. I can't stand the now launcher.

    Of you want something fun try line.

    I would download a bunch and start weeding out the ones you don't like. There is some cool stuff out there.
    04-19-2017 10:43 PM
  12. stmax's Avatar
    I always used to put Google launcher on my phones but it doesn't work with the S7 due to Knox. I have been using TouchWiz which tbh is pretty good on the S7.
    04-20-2017 07:04 AM
  13. LeoRex's Avatar
    I always used to put Google launcher on my phones but it doesn't work with the S7 due to Knox. I have been using TouchWiz which tbh is pretty good on the S7.
    How so? I've used the Google Launcher on my wife's S7 Edge without incident.
    04-20-2017 07:53 AM
  14. PauloPImenta's Avatar
    +1..been a long time nova user and switched to action launcher 2years ago..never looked back since then..use it with pie control and I've had the best single hand usage experience!
    How did you manage to have Blackberry keyboard on your S7? That's the only thing I'm missing on my Blackberry suite on the S7.
    04-20-2017 10:24 AM
  15. Inders99's Avatar
    I'm not fond of Nova, as it has ugly apps icon. I'd go for Google Launcher.
    What are you talking about? The beauty of a launcher like Nova Prime is that you can upload any icon pack you want and you're good to go.
    1812dave and LineKill like this.
    04-20-2017 07:14 PM
  16. legin111's Avatar
    How did you manage to have Blackberry keyboard on your S7? That's the only thing I'm missing on my Blackberry suite on the S7.
    You have to download blackberry manager APK to get the updated blackberry keyboard. I love this keyboard over all. Google and swiftkey are good but Im just so much faster and more efficient on the blackberry keyboard
    04-21-2017 06:01 PM

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