Pretty much every manufacturer has uploaded a suite of apps to the Play Store. This makes it easier to update them, adding features and fixing bugs without pushing a large software update out to devices.
OnePlus is finally joining the party by putting its launcher up on the Play Store, following Read More »
Action Launcher 3 is getting yet another feature from the leaked Pixel Launcher, and this time it’s swipe shortcuts for some Google apps. Swiping an icon causes a menu to open with shortcuts to specific areas of the app, like certain tabs.
Do you use the Google Now Launcher? If so, there are a couple of new features that may be of interest to you. Google is now pushing out an update to its home screen launcher that includes bug fixes as well as new capabilities. First off, the update for the Google Now Launcher adds ... Read More »
Action Launcher 3 is a constantly evolving and very unique launcher made by Chris Lacy. The latest update for September 2015 introduces quite a few changes, but the main addition is Quickfind. It’s a similar feature to Google Now Launcher’s implementation, but done better and faster.
Swiping from the app drawer button opens the drawer ... Read More »
There are thousands of launchers for Android, many of which are the same old recycled designs with nothing unique to add to the mix. Some are very unique. You could even say too unique, because they cease to be functional. And of course, there are a few gems that we all love and use every ... Read More »
Action Launcher has been a favorite app for many of us here at Android and Me, and it continues to get better. The latest update to Action Launcher 3.5 brings in some pretty interesting features, but the biggest one (and potentially most useful) is the Quickbar.
The search bar is a great addition to the ... Read More »
If you’re a fan of Nova Launcher and haven’t been testing the beta of the app, you’re going to love this. The developer of Nova Launcher has been working on an entirely new version of the app that’s completely redesigned with Material Design, and the betas have been fantastic. But today he has released the final ... Read More »
Google let its Google Now Launcher loose in the Play Store way back in early February, but the only people that could actually download it were owners of Nexus and Google Play edition hardware. That’s finally changing today, as most anyone can now GNL-ify their Android device.