Wave Launcher – the fastest Android Launcher add-on, is now available for free
Mar 26, 2015 4:00 PM –
With a single swipe this gesture launcher allows you to launch up to 120(!) of your favorite apps, shortcuts and even widgets regardless of which app is currently running.
Wave Launcher is a multitasking Android launcher accessible anytime, anywhere! Even on your lockscreen! It is the fastest app switcher out there, and provides you with the best user experience of an Android launcher. It doesn’t replace your current home screen launcher. It works independently.
★ Call your friends with a quick swipe gesture! It doesn’t get any faster!
★ Launch apps from your lock-screen
★ Check your mail or calendar with a swipe
Wave Launcher is extremely simple to use:
- Touch the gesture area and swipe your finger up towards the middle of the screen.
- When you get towards the middle, the wave appears.
- Without raising your finger, swipe left or right to select the desired app.
- To launch the app, simply raise your finger off the screen!
- If you change your mind and don’t want to launch anything, simply swipe the wave to the bottom or the top of the screen to dismiss it
FAST AND ALWAYS ON
Available with a swipe no matter which app is currently running. Even from your lock screen!
NEVER IN YOUR WAY
Unlike other gesture launcher and quick launch apps out there, Wave Launcher never blocks your soft-keyboard
Wave Launcher is the best Android Launcher as it’s the only one that lets you launch up to 120 apps/widgets/shortcuts with a swipe. Swipe-and-click? Too slow for us
MAKE IT YOUR OWN
Customize the number of apps, shortcuts widgets and folders on the wave.
Customize size, colors, icons and names!
Customize the swipe location
Download icon packs – works with any ADW icon pack.
Enjoy multitasking with folders of up to 10 items each. To open a folder, swipe to show the wave, point to the folder, and give it a small nudge up. To close it, lower the wave a bit. When a folder is open, move your finger left and right.
Wave Launcher takes the widgets to a whole new level. If you just want to pick a widget, swipe to show the wave, point to the widget and hover, the widget will be shown. Swipe away to get on with your life or raise your finger from the screen to sticky-note the widget on to the screen. You can now interact with the widget. Click the X button to close it.
✓ The wave can contain any app, shortcut or widget you can add to your home screen, but without taking up the space
✓ Create folders on the wave. Folders are fully controllable with multitasking swiping.
✓ Supports custom icons from ADW themes.
✓ Use any picture/icon from your gallery/SD-card as icon.
✓ The wave responds to your finger movement. It changes its shape, icon size, and icon transparency.
✓ Can be enabled by swiping from the bottom, left side, right side or the top of the screen (See the ‘calibrate’ screen)
✓ Fully independent, doesn’t need to replace your home-screen app.
✓ Doesn’t interfere with running applications.
✓ Doesn’t interfere with the keyboard.
✓ Small memory footprint.
✓ Doesn’t affect battery-life!
✓ Tons of customization settings!
✓ Controllable notification action.
✓ Localized to 9 languages: English, Hebrew, Spanish, Serbian, Italian, French, Russian, German and Polish!
NOTE: Notification icon can be disabled in the settings screen. This is a very customizable app. PLEASE read the info in the Help screen; it contains lots of useful information. NOTE: Permission to make phone calls is required for placing direct-call shortcuts on the wave.
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Enjoy the best Android launcher add-on out there!
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