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Submitted by blogger87 969d ago | article

Get Windows Phone 8 Style Launcher For Android With Launcher8

WML Cloud - Launcher8 is a free launcher app for Android which gives Android devices the Windows Phone 8 look. (Android, Phones)

KMCROC  +   968d ago
How Sad.
SilentNegotiator  +   968d ago
EW. The Metro design in the most disgusting interface to happen to the computer industry. Why would I want to infect my Android phone with it?
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fatstarr  +   968d ago
i Prefer to think about it as zune tiles.
they dont bother me but id prefer not to use it.
Speed-Racer  +   968d ago
How about no?
abzdine  +   968d ago
windows 8 interface is terrible
Liquid_Ocelot  +   968d ago
Hideous
KwietStorm  +   968d ago | Funny
Survey says...
SilentNegotiator  +   968d ago
We're going to go with "YES", Steve!
*Image*

Steve is such a great host.

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