Launchers for Android, they are one of the defining features of the operating system, and excellent tools for your Android customization needs. Let’s look at 2 easy ways to swap between them.
Apex Launcher was updated back in October, with some Lollipop-inspired changes. But now version 3.0 has been released with a new UI with material design.
A new version of the Apex Launcher arrived over the weekend, bringing Material Design UI changes, a Lollipop drawer icon and a few other tweaks.
Folks, this fine August day brings us deals on several interesting apps, including the popular Swype keyboard and Apex Launcher, and a selection of games from Cartoon Network.
Version 2.3 of Apex Launcher has now landed in the Play Store bringing app drawer sorting, Apex Notifier support and several bug fixes. Read on for more details!
The Apex Launcher 2.2 update has been released, complete with KitKat-friendly features. Read on for more details!
Apex Launcher has just received a new update to version 2.0, bringing with it the ability to display notifications as badges above certain apps.
Looking for a great launcher to use with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean? Developer “Android Does” has now released the latest version of Apex Launcher, which adds many new features including better support and integration for the latest version of Android.
Version 1.3 of Apex Launcher, which was released yesterday, quickly made headlines for all the wrong reasons. Customers reported in droves that the app suffers from a serious FC problem. Luckily, it didn’t take long for the folks behind Apex Launcher, Android Does, to respond.
Let’s add another one to the list of home screen launchers that have incorporated elements of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Users of Apex Launcher can now test out the beta version of the app, which... comes with the aforementioned addition of several Jelly Bean features.
Here’s what you can expect from the new beta version of Apex Launcher (the Jelly Bean remix):When placing widgets on t...