EverythingMe

Just go with the flow - let your launcher give you the best apps and information automatically

Following a beta program with the pre-release version of its software, EverythingMe Launcher is now available for everyone in the U.S., U.K., Spain and Germany. Building on the recent trend of homescreen replacements that dynamically change based on a multitude of factors, EverythingMe Launcher aims to personalize your phone.

The main interface is similar to that of a standard Android homescreen, with folders, a search box and a dock for your most commonly-used apps. The difference with EverythingMe Launcher is that the folders and app positions will change based on your usage, time of day, location and more. Your apps will all be managed into smart folders based on their tasks, and the bottom row of icons (above the dock) dynamically shows four apps that are most-used for the time of day it currently is.

EverythingMe Launcher is also offering universal search that covers your device, contacts, apps and the web all from one search box — type "news" for example and you'll be shown the Android Central app, an RSS news reader app and then further links to places like CNN, The guardian or Forbes on the web.

This technology is certainly popular right now on mobile devices, and for good reason — many people are looking for a new way to have their phones do the hard work for them. EverythingMe as a company has gained some major recognition for this tech, and is even partnered with Mozilla for features on its Firefox OS and upcoming Firefox launcher.

 

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EverythingMe Launcher exits beta, aims to search and show the right things

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I'm OCD. I need to have my home screen set up the same exact way every time I buy a new phone. My clock/weather widget has to be on top, followed by the search bar, and below that, a battery widget. Then, I have a folder for Social, Banking, and Games. To the right of that is my camera app. In the dock (and in this order): Phone, Google Apps Folder, Messaging Folder, and Browser.

I can't have an app that switches this around. Yea, I'm weird.

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I am the exact same way. Every time I have to a new phone, my home screens always looks the same! I'll freak out if they are not exactly as I want them Haha

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Not even sure you have to be OCD. What other area of life would normal people tolerate a changing user interface?

CAR: "We see that you are in the city so we have decided to move the brake under your right foot since you will be using it more."

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This is just another beautiful launcher that is not for me. I need a native launcher that has mostly stock elements.

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Battery Widget Monitor (free)

Posted from my "KNOX-FREE" 4.3 Sprint GS3 Maxx...!!!
(ZeroLemon 7000mAh battery)

A bit of an odd duck. I'm not sure I like the way it populates the screen with what looks to be a lot of bookmarks or shortcuts (I'm not exactly sure what you'd call them). I don't mind when all those recommended sites are done in a browser you are trying out, but it would take a bit to get acclimated to the approach directly on your desktop.

Another cool idea that's still a good chunk of features short of getting me on board. I actually downloaded it and tried it, but it's lacking some customization options I've grown too attached to.

A solid start though... hope they keep building on the foundation and make something really incredible.

Is it just me or does this look like the Firefox launcher?
Nevermind didn't read the whole article :p
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I am not OCD, but I like my phones set up pretty much the same way. It would drive me nuts to have crap moving around all the time.

I also only really keep one icon and and one widget on my home screen....

Wow didn't make it to the second paragraph.

:-)

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As nice as all these new Launchers are (Aviate, ActionLauncher, EverythingMe etc) I can't get over the jarring appearance going from lockscreen -> launcher and that's what ends up making me uninstall.

Maybe it's just a quirk of my HTC One, but I have a black dock of constantly used apps on my lockscreen and, when I unlock, it feels weird having that bar disappear and be replaced by the Launcher's dock (even if I've setup the Launcher's dock to look as similar as possible).

A matching lockscreen app released alongside the launcher app could be a solution, but 3rd party lockscreeens don't seem to be as fast or responsive as the native lockscreen in my experience.

Maybe I'm just being too picky...