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.
Chameleon Launcher has come a long way since it first started its Kickstarter campaign. Once it broke out of it’s successful introduction, it underwent a lengthy beta phase that caused all sorts of hype and produced all sorts of excitement. The one thing that held it back was that it was a little too pricey right out of the gate. Priced at $10, most people wouldn’t pay that much just to try out a launcher that they might not even like.
Chameleon Launcher 1.1 now available in Google Play
Chameleon Launcher is a popular launcher for Android tablets, and while it may seem expensive at $10, it certainly is ready to offer plenty of home screen customizations. The app has reached version 1.1, which is available to download right away from Google Play, as long as you’re ready to pay the app fee.
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