If you’re sick of the stock launcher on Android, check out these Android launcher apps that are sure to make everything all better.
A new customization feature coming in version 3.1 (which was available to beta users from last week) is the ability to select the transition animation for switching to the app drawer and back to the homescreen.
Wear Mini Launcher is an easier way to launch your apps on your new Android Wear powered devices. Expediting app launching by providing an edge gesture slide over with links to all of your favorite apps.
Samsung launched a Silicon Valley-based “innovation center” back in 2013, and now the first fruit of that initiative is here in the form of Terrain, a homescreen replacement app.
In version 2.1 of the beta release of Action Launcher, Chris Lacy (also known for Link Bubble and Tweet Lanes) added support for “Ok, Google” voice activation, and several other features.
Unlike a typical launcher, 9 Cards is a special home launcher that keeps you organized while actually working on-top of your existing launcher of choice.
Crescendo Launcher is a new app that is not designed to blow you away with amazing icon packs or endless customization settings, it just keeps your experience pleasantly simple. As the name implies, Crescendo Launcher is a Home screen replacement app, but it takes a different approach to the Home screen than you might be used to.
Aviate isn’t letting its recent Yahoo acquisition slow down its updates, as the team just released a new update to its launcher that adds some new features, most notably surrounding music. Read on for more!
EverythingMe, a contextual Android launcher first released in April 2013, received a substantial update and is now officially out of beta. Here’s our take on it.
Marissa Mayer has been acquiring companies of all sizes ever since she became the CEO of Yahoo! in July 2012. The latest is Aviate, an Android launcher that predicts which apps you are going to need at any given moment and puts them front and center on your homescreen.