When you’re setting up a new phone, you have to put everything back the way you like it on your home screen. But what if you could put everything back the way it was on your old phone with just a few clicks? Enter launcher backups.
Google Now Launcher is one of the most popular third-party launchers out there, but it unfortunately doesn't always play nicely with the Galaxy Note 7. If you installed Google Now Launcher and are finding issues, we have the information to help!
It looks like Google is set to radically alter the look and feel of the launcher on this year's Nexus phones. The updated launcher was obtained by Android Police, giving us a look at some of the key changes.
The new Google Now Launcher is supposed to smartly place apps at the top of the drawer based on how, when and where you use them ... but most of the time, it can just be annoying. Thankfully it takes just a few taps to turn this feature off and go back to a standard alphabetical list.
Since it was available I've been using the Google Now Launcher on pretty much every phone. It's a great launcher, but seriously, why can't Google just communicate when it's is going to dramatically change in function and appearance?
The Google Now Launcher comes pre-loaded on recent Nexus phones and tablets, but it's also available as a free download on the Play Store for most modern Android devices. So what's the Google Now Launcher got going for it in 2015? Read on to find out.