Droid Daily 5/3/13: Wii Balance Board, Samsung Galaxy S4, Action Launcher Pro, And More

Action Launcher Pro gets Updated

Today, Chris Lacy updated his popular launcher, Action Launcher Pro. It includes quite a bit of fixes, here's the full changelog from the Play Store:

What's in this version:

NEW: Drag apps & widgets from the quickdrawer directly to a Home screen. This massively improves your customization workflow.
NEW: Lock/unlock desktop.
NEW: Shutters, a groundbreaking new feature that automatically puts widgets just a swipe away. (Note that due to Android API limitations, shutters require Android 4.1 or later)
NEW: Full tablet support.
NEW: WAY more features than Google will let me list here. See here for a full breakdown: http://bit.ly/WZtfzP

Sprint and US Cellular Galaxy S4 Kernel Source Available

Today, Samsung released kernel source for the Sprint and US Cellular variants of the Galaxy S4. Which is good news for developers and modders.

Samsung's Multimedia Desktop Dock On sale

Today, there's a great deal from Amazon. It's the Samsung Multimedia Desktop Dock which is compatible with just about any Samsung phone, and is $16. It's about 68% off. Grab it now.

Samsung Makes it easier to Switch to the Galaxy S4

Samsung has released a new app, that will let new Galaxy S4 users make it easier to switch to the Galaxy S4. It's the Samsung Smart Switch Mobile. It's actually a pretty cool app to use. You can grab it from the Google Play Store.

Transform your Wii Balance Board into a Smart Scale

There's a cool new Android app out that will allow you to transform your Wii Balance Board into a smart scale. It's actually rather cool. You can grab the app from the Play Store.

US Cellular Not Getting the 32GB or 64GB Galaxy S4

Well that settles that. It appears that US Cellular won't be selling the 32GB or 64GB variant of the Galaxy S4. At least Samsung included a microSD card slot so you're not stuck with ~8GB of storage on a 16GB model.

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