AppKicker provides quickstart icons for the apps you most likely launch next. The list is automagically updated while you use your apps or games.
You can configure different modes how apps will be selected. In *mashup mode (recommended)* we try to learn what is the best option for you. The *recently used apps* mode is a convenient way to come back to the apps you have used recently. With *most used apps* you will have those apps at your fingertips that you use most. *Sequentially used apps* will present you apps that you usually use after each other, e.g. for checking all your social networks in a row. Mode *locally used apps* will show you apps that you mostly use at current location. And mode *predicting apps* tries to anticipate which app you are going to use next.
This app is a widget and will not appear in your app drawer. Add the widget to your home screen by long tapping and choose it from the list of widgets. Certainly best placed on your homescreen.
The widget is triggered when you use an app and it always shows you up to five apps to launch them next. When you have a gaming session, you can easily come back to your recent games, when you are in the office you can easily come back to your recent productivity tools. You can simply tap on the apps’ icons presented by the widget. No need to maintain different desktop pages for that any more. You will have more space on your home screen for other widgets. Our app is an always up-to-date quickstart launcher.
– You can opt out from contributing information on your app usage for optimizing AppKicker.
– Known Android bug: on Honeycomb and some other devices you have to reboot before you can add the widget.
– Might not work on Facebook Home and Chatheads and Coverfeed
AppKicker user reviews :
@@Update@@ Apps are often cleared completely. I suggest having an ignore list as well plus allow for a larger widget size. @@Hopeful First Impression@@ Great way to have what you need handy and see changes in your app usage habits!
Appkicker developers were rewarded with a 5 because they removed their Accept or You cannot use this app policy originally implemented. @Matthias the transparent to gray was a glitch. Thank you for being so supportive. I use many systematic apps and find this widget to be excellent.
Innovative idea. Was trying to find an app that allowed me to analyze which apps I used the most so I could save space on the home screen and this is the closest I’ve found. Two things that could make it better though: 1) allow to ignore repetitive and irrelevant apps (e.g. GO launcher and Settings) and 2) allow to reopen settings after placing widget on home screen. Aside from that, it does what it does, with creative filtering settings.
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