One of the most feature-rich Android launchers just got richer. Developer Chris Lacy packed into Action Launcher 3.2 a multitude of new features, tweaks, and fixes.
Icon pack support was strangely absent when Action Launcher 3 launched just over a week ago, but has just been patched in with this latest update.
Chris Lacy has revealed that the next version of Action Launcher will be released soon. It is a complete re-write and not just an update for Material Design.
The latest beta update, version 3.3beta1, for the ever popular Nova Launcher contains a new app drawer based on the look of Android Lollipop. Perfect if you’re still waiting for your OTA update.
The Nokia Z launcher has entered public beta, and can now be downloaded from the Google Play Store for multiple devices.
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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.