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Outsmart your smartphone and make it act more like the phones you are used to. Simple and uncomplicated, FastHome delivers a light-weight solution for a home screen replacement. If you are looking for new and cool features, then FastHome is NOT for you. If you are tired of waiting 10, 20, even 30 seconds for your home screen to load, and you don't want to do a factory reset, then FastHome is for you. (This is a problem seen on the Motorola Droid, newer phones may not have this issue). If you don't really want to learn how to use all of the features of your "smart" phone, and all you really want is just to use the phone as a phone was intended, then FastHome is for you. FastHome caches your applications so you dont have to wait for them to load as they sometimes do in the default home or other home replacements.FastHome is not meant to compete with other home screen replacements for Android, such as 91 Panda Home and ADW / ADWLauncher EX. These applications are intended to offer more features. FastHome goes the other direction. Strip out unneeded features to simplify and increase performance. While home screen performance may not be an issue on newer phones, simplicity is always needed. This idea was forged watching people of all ages fumble with their phone or complain about how complex and complicated smart phones are, or specifically Android phones.

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