Samsung Labs tests super fast Android launcher
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An experimental launcher for all Android devices called the Pure Breeze is launched by Samsung’s San Jose Mobile Lab. It is actually a customizable user interface, which replaces a user’s default home screen, allowing them to organize their apps, groups, and tasks, and create shortcuts. It also adds a feature known as the ‘Kite’ which is a customizable floating window, always accessible with one touch. ‘Kite’ allows its user to quickly access all their deployed widgets and shortcuts.
The Pure Breeze launcher is made available in two versions, a Lite and Full. Both the versions are mainly for Android 2.1, 2.2, and 2.3 versions powered devices. The Lite version is made free for the users and the Full version costs $2. Both of them have the same features, but differ only with some limitations on the number of items users can organize. Users can switch between the Pure Breeze launcher and the default home screen through the Settings application.