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MIUI Has Lots Of Unique Themes; King of Optimization May 29, 2014

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The MIUI Home Launcher carries lots of themes that fit into just any body’s choices.

There’s no app drawer. All apps are displayed on its home pages. Similar to the iOS.

Based on extended trial, the UI is even more fluid than any other Android based launchers/interfaces, really. This is a testimony of how good is software optimization can do to older generation smartphones such as Nexus One.

They are many developers out there who produce tons of MIUI apps…. the proof of its popularity.

The origin of MIUI? CHINA’s homegrown Xiaomi smartphome.

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Resurrection of Nexus One by MIUI May 26, 2014

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The popularity of MIUI remains a fact cannot be ignored.

It not only best suited to high end Android phones, but surprisingly it is also supporting 1st generation smartphone such as Nexus One.
The result is really pleasing and efficient.

MIUI works on both rooted and unrooted phones. But I would advise that for better usage, is good to root your Nexus One.

The base custom rom is CyanogenMod7 which is highly recommended for Nexus One. JB and KitKat etc. custom rom don’t go along well with N1 because of its lack of internal storage. Blackrose or not, the result remains a lot of lag.

Go for the latest MI (Home) Launcher download from the PlayStore. And there you go, try out many themes as you like.
Shown above are the homepage layouts of iOS theme and icons…

Nexus One plus Google Home (KitKat Launcher) May 1, 2014

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It is a fantastic good news for those who are constantly rejected by Market or Play Store whenever they try their luck to download any KitKat (Android 4.4) Launcher, just because their device is on the Gingerbread OS, due to hardware specs and compatibility issues.

But now the situation has changed.
You guys can just go to the XDA Developers Forum and look for the Kitkat Google Home (Launcher), download the APK onto your device and install it. As a 3rd party KitKat Launcher it is rather refreshing on the old but lovely Nexus One. I really love the UI, it is seriously fluid and no lag whatsoever! Surprise surprise.

The XDA Developers community members have been doing great jobs indeed. This is the essence of why Android is better than iPhone OS.

For Android users, what they need is to remain patience and after a while, they will get a taste of whatever latest coming out of Android… With alternatives that work on their services.

Here’s the Google Home Launcher APK installation with the APK Installer, 

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After reboot, choose the Google Home,

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Following are the Google Home user interface on Nexus One,

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(My device is flashed with CyanogenMod 7)

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The Change Log:
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