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Change your stock launcher icons, no root required

Customization is one of the stronger points of Android. With a multitude of tweaks in UI and functionality, the platform enables users to incorporate more of their ...
J. Angelo RacomaMay 21, 2014194 shares
 

Google Experience renamed to Google Now Launcher, imports settings from your old home screen too

The Google Experience launcher, exclusive to the Nexus 5, has been renamed to the “Google Now” launcher, and now comes with the ability to import settings from your old home screen, ...
Robert TriggsFebruary 6, 2014526 shares
 

5 Android apps you can’t miss this week! [Google Play Weekly]

This was a busy week in the world of Google Play. Check out the latest stories of the week from 11/09 to 11/16 2013 and 5 more Android apps you can't miss!
Joe HindyNovember 16, 2013115 shares
 

Download: Android 4.4 KitKat Google Search 3.1.8 app update rolling out, helps with Google Experience Launcher unofficial installation

Google is rolling out an update for its Android search app, bringing it to version 3.1.8, (the KitKat Google Search app version,) thus indirectly ...
Chris SmithNovember 13, 2013507 shares
 

Nexus 5’s Google Experience Launcher may not come to other devices, Nexuses included

The "Google Experience Launcher" found on the Android 4.4 KitKat is a Nexus 5 exclusive feature according to Google, and it may not become available to other Nexus devices or other ...
Chris SmithNovember 6, 2013406 shares
 

Google Experience Launcher – Hands on [Video]

The Google Experience Launcher was extracted off of the Nexus 5, and to see whether it was worthy of the Google name, we put it to the test. Read on for more!
Adam KoueiderNovember 5, 2013151 shares
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