The first new stable release of Orange Squeeze in 2014 went live today: 2.0.7. Along with the usual mix of bug fixes, compatibility updates and performance enhancements, it also introduces one much-desired new feature: You can now customize the contents of the root menu drawer. This includes adding items from a list or hiding certain items completely. Naturally, you can reorder the list by long-pressing an item in the customization screen. Then simply drag it where you want it go. The first item in the list will always be the default screen when Orange Squeeze opens. Note that this feature completely replaces the old “pin” to home menu capability.
For those that didn’t know, we’ve been issuing beta releases for those who participate in the beta program. It’s free, so check it out!