This week we talk about a bunch of music app news, Amazon buying Twitch, a huge update for Google News & Weather and even more Android apps news!
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.
The Android L Developer Preview launched on June 26th and with any developer preview, there are possible bugs. The developer preview may not be stable enough to be a daily driver, but that doesn’t stop you from experiencing certain elements from Android L. After having the new features in beta, TeslaCoil Software has updated their popular Android launcher, Nova Launcher. The recent update for Nova has added new customization features to give you the ability to have an Android L look and feel. The launcher allows you to add a search bar that is in the same style as the search bar in Android…
The latest beta version of Nova Launcher introduces new looks and animations inspired by the new Android L release.
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.
A new version of Nova Launcher is rolling out, bringing several new features including “Ok Google” hotword support.
The latest Nova Launcher Beta has now arrived, adding just a few KitKat-inspired features to the mix. Keep reading to learn more!
KitKat was just announced last week, but that’s not stopping Nova Launcher’s Kevin Barry from talking a bit about his plans for a KitKat-inspired Nova Launcher update.
One of Android most popular custom launchers, Nova Launcher, has received a version 2.1 update, which adds plenty of new features and bug fixes.
The new SF Launcher takes heavy inspiration from Jelly Bean’s new Google Now feature, with a crisp, clean white interface and funky image headers.