Samsung's Pure Breeze UI keeps your apps organized; available for download

Samsung's Pure Breeze UI keeps your apps organized; available for download
During Samsung’s press event in New York City where they showed off the US versions of the Samsung Galaxy S II, we managed to get a small preview of a new grouping feature that’s available with the latest version of TouchWiz.

Well, for those who want to gain the functionality of organizing their apps a bit better on the their existing Android powered smartphone, they can download Samsung’s Pure Breeze UI. Essentially, you can create specific categorized folders that will nest specific apps – thus, making your app panel appearing less cluttered. At the same time, you can quickly get access to your folders seeing that you can place shortcuts directly on the homescreen.

Available in free and paid form, the only difference between the two versions is that you’re limited to the number of apps you can organize with the free one. Moreover, the Pure Breeze UI app can be downloaded onto any Android 2.1 & up devices. It doesn’t replace the UI of your smartphone, but rather, it runs a totally separate interface on top of your app panel.

source: Android Market via Samsung Hub



1. Thump3rDX17

Posts: 2160; Member since: May 10, 2010

oh you mean like that group making feature that's on Motorola phones? ;)

2. nimo

Posts: 72; Member since: Jun 11, 2010

looks crap

3. Atrix 4g unregistered

This is just like the new and better improved version of motoblur.


Posts: 3131; Member since: Jan 12, 2010

without all the lag, random reboots, and millions of force closes. lol jk

13. Thump3rDX17

Posts: 2160; Member since: May 10, 2010

so how much experience have you had with Samsung's app? oh and also group making doesn't force close on Motorolas, it's brewed right into the interface.

4. joaolx

Posts: 364; Member since: Aug 16, 2011

I downloaded. It's a nice idea but they take away the home screen and replace it with kite which is s**t. You can place widgets and shortcuts for apps but it's transparent and it could never replace the launcher that i have. Everything is black and looks boring.The application menu is very nice, is a little slow and unresponsive but the groups that you can create is a nice feature. Other than that it just sucks for me. No way it would EVER replace a normal launcher like Android launcher or the Huawei launcher that i have.

5. trash unregistered

Why download this when you can have the folder organizer, apps organizer and the like ages ago in the android market?

7. Forsaken77

Posts: 553; Member since: Jun 09, 2011

I like the Halo Warthog on the desk behind her lol!

8. theBankRobber unregistered

I like the fact you can at least name the group of apps. You know all the Apple fanboys are going to scream copycat, but when Apple takes a idea like the notification bar, its a idea made better coming from their mouths. Even though this is a separate app, you know all hells going to break lose once this hits engadget. Fanboys from both sides are going to go crazy on each other.

9. Truth

Posts: 62; Member since: Jul 15, 2009

That Samsung Galaxy S2 is fast and slick


Posts: 3131; Member since: Jan 12, 2010

Mel has a nice body, but her face could use some work. lol

12. a961009

Posts: 120; Member since: Aug 04, 2011

HTC Sense is best for customization not SAMSUNG

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