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Nothing Launcher beta now available for more Android phones

Even more users can try out the Nothing Launcher beta.
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May 9, 2022
Nothing Launcher on Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra
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TL;DR
  • Nothing is expected to release its first phone in 2022.
  • The company’s Nothing Launcher gives users a preview of what to expect.
  • The beta is now available to all devices running Android 11 and higher.

Nothing has expanded availability for its Nothing Launcher beta, allowing even more users the opportunity to see what the company has planned.

Carl Pei co-founded OnePlus and is a well-known fixture in the Android smartphone industry. He left OnePlus in 2020 to found Nothing, with its first phone expected in 2022. In the meantime, the company launched a beta of its Nothing Launcher to give users a preview of what to expect from its phones. Initially available for specific Google Pixel and Samsung devices, the launcher is now available on any device running Android 11 or higher.

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The beta is available in the Google Play Store for new users while existing users can simply update to the latest version to gain additional improvements. Those improvements include:

  • The launcher app icon now displays on the home screen.
  • There is a first-run How to Set Up page.
  • Users can change the wallpaper via a pop-up box
  • A Dropbox link to download additional wallpapers and ringtones is in the launcher’s settings.

Users looking to test the new launcher can give the company feedback via Discord server or by emailing launcher@nothing.tech.