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EverythingMe contextual launcher is now offered globally

Initially available only in a few markets including the United States, the EverythingMe contextual launcher is now rolling out globally.
June 24, 2014
EverythingMe Launcher Hands On

It seems that the contextual launcher market is really starting to heat up, beginning with Nokia’s introduction of the Z Launcher last week and yesterday’s announcement by Yahoo that Aviate has left the beta stage. Now it is EverythingMe’s turn, as the app has officially launched globally.

Up until now, EverythingME was limited to the US, UK, Germany and Spain. Soon they found that there was a very real market outside of these limited launch zones, however, with reportedly 26 percent of EverythingMe users actually coming from territories not officially supported by the app thanks to sideloaded APK distribution.

For those familiar with EverythingME’s functionality already, today’s global release version is essentially the same as ever, although there are at least a few new bug fixes, optimization for faster search and there’s even the addition of a Brazil 2014 Smart Folder for the World Cup. If you’re new to EverythingMe, you can find out everything you’d ever want to know by checking out Joe Hindy’s first look at EverythingME (from February) below, or by checking out our full post highlighting the launcher’s features.

If EverythingME sounds at all like your cup of tea, you can grab it now from just about anywhere that supports Google Play. Best of all, the app is completely free.