There’s a lot of launchers out there. They all have their uses (hopefully), and one of the most varied and complex uses for a launcher is theming. These are the launchers that taking theming and launchers as a whole to new levels.
One of the many launcher-based goodies in Android Oreo is Adaptive Icons, which hope to help eliminate app drawer ugliness once and for all. Adaptive Icons require a launcher that supports them, and now we have one more that does.
Ask any launcher developer what their most-requested feature is and they'll probably say the same thing: a Google Now pane. Well, Nova Launcher is trying to finally deliver, and if you're willing to jump through some hoops with them, you can get it.
Pixels are pretty. Their launchers have a very particular look, and like all Google phone looks, it was a look many sought to emulate. Well, look no further! We've got guides for getting the Pixel look on the two biggest launchers on Google Play in a few easy steps! Well, maybe not few.
There is no shortage of Android launchers out there to try. Some are new and shiny, some claim some revolutionary new gimmick to help you find apps faster. And some are just dependably awesome. Nova is dependably awesome, and here’s why I keep coming back.
Nova Launcher's pro version, Prime, is on sale, down to a dollar from it's normal $4.99. If you don't already own it, get it now. Doesn't matter if you're a hard-core themer or not, the productivity options you can unlock with Prime like gesture shortcuts are worth it.
Dory has short term memory loss. She forgets things almost instantly, and we can all relate to that sometimes. That’s why there are awesome to-do apps out there, and awesome to-do widgets that make themes like this possible.