I’ve been getting a lot of requests lately for a video review of TSF Shell Launcher — the insanely overpriced $16.80 homescreen replacement application, launched recently by TSFUI. Many people just aren’t comfortable spending that much on an application without seeing it in action first. So, I decided to put Screencast Video Recorder to work and throw together a quick YouTube video on my personal account to give you a look at the launcher in action.
For those unfamiliar, here are the Google Play details regarding the app:
TSF Shell 3D is an interface with brand new operating system. Enables you to freely personalize various widgets to a full range. Let’s say goodbye to the traditional operation system.
- Enable you to do multiple-operation, including auto-arragement, multipul-choices, add-to-folder, multipul-deleting, to the items by only one move of the finger. You can also check your folders in various ways.
- TSF SHELL 3D has one app page and 4 personalized pages for our users. You can switch between pages by one click at the switch button in the lower left corner.
- You can freely create one or more quicklinks for apps and drag them to any page. You can also distribute all the app icon (or even change their angles) freely in the personalized page.
- The side column provides the most TSF Shell 3D charateristic widgets, including folders, contacts, music player, weather and so on.
- The side column can be personalized as well, including changing the order and position of different catagories. You can create quicklinks of your most frequently used apps and contact in the quick launch in the side column.
- TSF Shell 3D has a most powerful theme function. Apart from the difference in style, some themes even allow change in the transition animation.
While the launcher definitely looks great, it takes a bit of getting used to. Since shooting the video, I’ve reverted back to ADW, but I wouldn’t rule this out as a complete waste of money. Have a look at my video below:
If you’d like to download TSF Shell Launcher, hit up the link below. Be sure to let us know if you think this app lives up to the hype, of if it’s just another overpriced app with lackluster features.