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Posted 25 January 2013 - 15:03
Just know that the LMT launcher cherry picked PA's PIE interface code from the past few weeks, not the other way around as many users claiming.
The Program is called LMT Launcher, even though its not a launcher. you can find it here
Posted 25 January 2013 - 16:14
Posted 25 January 2013 - 16:16
It has the choice of hiding only the Nav bar and keep the status bar. Remember it's still a WIP.
I feel like I need to try this out, for sure, but it doesn't look very... useful? Maybe practical is a better word. And you reclaim screen space from what, the tiny status bar at the top that's useful to have showing at all times? The status bar is the one item that stays on the screen at any time and lets you see important info like time, signal, and battery. These all seem like the kind of things that I WANT to see.
Don't get me wrong, it definitely looks cool, and maybe it works better than I'm picturing it. I certainly don't have a problem with innovation in the phone UI field though. This is one of the most unique UI's I've seen yet.