Member since: Feb 7th, 2011
Feb 6th 2011 10:33PM Power Strip outstrips QuickDesk by a mile. I've tried both, and really, there's no comparison. PowerStrip can house widgets, has its own app drawer and recent tasks tab, and has room for essentially an unlimited number of shortcuts. SwipePad is also a better in-app launcher, just 12 shortcuts on the average phone, but one swipe & release is all it takes to writeup, which makes it crazy fast.Go Launcher Ex is new, too, and full of glitches. There are several reasons not to use it: random app restarts and no support for miltiple instances of widgets are two known issues.I'm also a bit put off by the missing reference to ADW's hidden dock. All in all I'd say this is a rather poorly informed, opininated writeup.
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