Lawnchair Launcher has been around for a while on XDA Developers, where the app has slowly refined and developed into a more complete and unique launcher rather than just a Pixel Launcher clone. Now, Lawnchair has made the jump from forums to the Google Play Store, where it can be exposed to millions of users.
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