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Entering an already crowded category of apps with not one but two distinct leaders can be a tough task. And when you actually go head-to-head and pull away a noticeable chunk of the leaders’ market share, it speaks volumes about the developers’ creativity and commitment to the cause.

The Go Dev team members have time and again proven in the last year that they can prove disruptive in pretty much any category they choose to release an app in, and Go Launcher Ex was the app that really established them.

I have to admit, it was the first launcher I gave a serious look. But even after multiple attempts to try the others out, I’ve found myself coming back to and sticking with Go Launcher Ex.

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Go Locker is the newest contender in the competitive world of lockscreen replacements, but does it have the polish to succeed against such apps as WidgetLocker?
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The weather has a tremendous control on our behaviour and day-to-day choices. It is the subtle decider of so many things, such as whether to drive or to walk; to go out or to stay in. Some people rely on the forecasts the news offered the night before. Others prefer to look out the window that morning and take a guess. Some still have faith in the barometer on the shelves. But all you actually need for an instant up-to-date forecast is your Android phone.

GO Weather is an application designed to give you an in-depth description of what the weather is like right now, and how it will be in the near future, thereby saving you the need of having to take a guess.

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The default SMS applications on most Android phones are dry and lack features. They do what you need them to do and that is about it. GoSMS Pro is a feature-rich messenger replacement which aims to bring some extravagant touches to your texts.

The amount of features in GoSMS is more than what most people will need, and trying to identify and explain each one individually would be absurd. If I had to convey GoSMS to someone quickly, I would say it has depth that other applications (messengers especially) don’t quite reach. There is a level of customization offered that I have not seen replicated in any other application.

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