Lawnchair is one of the more popular Android launchers around, especially among the Pixel fanbase, but its development stalled at the end of 2019. More than a year later, Lawnchair's development team has added some fresh blood and is back in the saddle again.
Alright! You’re logged into your new phone, Google Play is installing all your favorite apps and you’ve got your contacts and text messages synced over from your old phone. Time to really make your phone yours.
There are a lot of launchers out there that throw every feature they can lift at users, but Evie Launcher prefers to keep the feature set simple, refined, and super easy to use. The result is a lithe and luxurious home screen experience.
More great stuff from Action Launcher. Action Launcher, our favorite Android launcher replacement, has received its monthly update, and while December's isn't quite as noteworthy as some in the past, it's still got a bunch of great additions. Specifically, developer Chris Lacy has added, in alpha, badge counts for certain apps, allowing users to check how many unread texts, emails...
There’s a lot of launchers out there, all vying for one screen of real estate: your home screen. And while launchers can be geared towards productivity, towards a specific UI, but today we’re looking at launchers geared towards theming.
Being able to replace the launcher on your phone is a pretty powerful thing. The way you get to the things you want (and need) to do with your phone can make a difference in how, and how often, you're using it, and each and every one of us will do things differently. See how we do it!
If you want to customize the your phone within an inch of its life but don't want to mess with ROMs or anything that could actually break things, Nova Launcher probably is the best thing that you could have ever hoped for.
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.