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    Ray Sidebar Launcher Alternatives

    Ray Sidebar Launcher is described as 'Stylish and extremely easy to use, Ray lets you access and multitask between your favorite apps from anywhere by simply swiping your finger from the edge of the screen' and is a application launcher in the os & utilities category. There are eight alternatives to Ray Sidebar Launcher for Android and Android Tablet. The best alternative is Ivy (Sidebar, Widgets, RSS), which is free. Other great apps like Ray Sidebar Launcher are Sidebar Lite, Sidebar Plus (Multi-bars), START!? - Menu-style Drawer and Appsi sidebar.

    This page was last updated Mar 23, 2020
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    Stylish and extremely easy to use, Ray lets you access and multitask between your favorite apps from anywhere by simply...
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    1. Ivy does what no other sidebar launcher does. Ivy provides more than just quick access to your next app. Ivy provides a comfortable place to spend time in between apps. Your home away from the homescreen.
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      Sidebar Lite - A brilliant new way to multitask on Android


    2. Sidebar Plus - brilliant multi-tasking from anywhere
    3. This is the app drawer menu-driven freely configurable items.
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      Appsi is your new way of working with your Android device. It was featured as one of the top five new Apps in August on Android Police.


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      Swapps! side launcher is always there, when you play, read or listen, you can always swipe and switch to another app.
    4. Switchr is a well designed and well polished app with a simple, yet practical function that allows users to access their running apps quickly and conveniently.
    5. Do you also love Ubuntu as much as I do? Does it seem awesome to you to be able to have the Unity desktop as your Android launcher? No? Ok, bye bye. In that case, this isn't for you.
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