Chameleon Launcher coming to smartphones, Nexus 4, Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note 2 owners and other testers wanted

by: Chris SmithDecember 5, 2012

In case you love Chameleon Launcher on your Android tablet, you should know that the team responsible for the app is working on a smartphone version. While we have no release dates for the app at this time, we have some good news for you. The Chameleon team is looking for testers to try out the smartphone version of their launcher.

So far, 25 testers are needed to try out the first Chameleon Launcher versions (see Source link below to sign up), and the developers are looking Android users that own one of the following devices:

  • HTC One X+
  • HTC One X
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 2
  • Samsung Galaxy Note
  • Samsung Galaxy S3
  • Nexus 4
  • Galaxy Nexus

Here’s what else you should know about this Chameleon Launcher tests:

– We are looking for people who understand what “alpha” and “beta” software is and are able to give constructive feedback. A lot of it.
– You will have to sign an NDA ( non disclosure agreement ) in order to participate. Can’t have things going out into the wild before they are ready. Bad things can happen.
– We are looking for people who have these [listed above] devices. If you don’t have one that is listed, but is similar in the spec range we are targeting, feel free to recommend it: […]
– If you just want it to get it early and aren’t going to give us feedback. That doesn’t help us.

Anyone excited about getting Chameleon Launcher on their smartphone? Are you going to sign up for this testing “job”?

  • Rodrigo

    I have a nexus 4 and would like to test! Where can I sign up?

  • Kevin L

    What, no link or form for the alpha/beta sign up?

  • Kchitown77

    Sign up closed few hours ago Dev stated they found all testers they’re looking for

  • Bo

    “**We currently have our 25 alpha people who span across the device range. We are not taking anyone else at this time.” – posted on Nov 28th. Good job, AA.

    • MasterMuffin

      Doesn’t matter, I downloaded it from the web and it’s really nice and cool, feels little bit like symbian’s home screen (:O)

  • Robby Adger-Barton

    I own the international galaxy note 2, using it on at&t in the united states. I’m also an experienced beta tester. I’ll help.

  • Jared Persinger

    I like my Razr Maxx HD with 4.1.1 works great :)

  • Ramiro Hernandez

    I have a Samsung galaxy s2 model d710 I would like to test it or would you all consider making it available to this model.