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Multicon Widget

Multicon Widget

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Save space on your homescreen with this free widget. Use it to clean up or add more applications. It will let you put more then one shortcut in the same space as one icon normally takes up.

You can add applications, shortcuts and some special functions.

To add a Multicon widget on your homescreen, press any blank or empty area and hold down your finger. An "Add to Home screen" window will pop up, from that window, select Widgets. (Full instructions is included, please read if you are unsure how to use this program.)

All permission are used by the special function buttons under "Other".

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Comments and ratings for Multicon Widget
  • (72 stars)

    by Brittney Kehmeier on 27/08/2014

    Saves space on my home screen and I've never had a problem with this.

  • (72 stars)

    by Aletia Morgan on 20/08/2014

    I've been using this for years to cram more on my Android home screen. Much better than folders, since I can see everything at once.

  • (72 stars)

    by Steve Berenson on 19/08/2014

    Condenses everything

  • (72 stars)

    by Clifton Roberts on 14/08/2014

    I have this on all of my devices. No shameless advertisements. Horizontal widgets would be an amazing addition though. Without them I can tell some icons are closer to each other than others and it bothers me very slightly.

  • (72 stars)

    by Tim Stoessler on 09/08/2014

    How is this not on every best app list? Awesome space saver.

  • (72 stars)

    by Mukesh Sharma on 08/08/2014

    Create more space on home screens. Gr8!

  • (72 stars)

    by Sam Angell on 07/08/2014

    I don't see why one wouldn't just use folders