Call it pure, call it stock (actually, please don’t), call it Nexus - whatever you call it, Google’s take on how Android should look is clean without looking boring. Here’s how to get it on your decidedly non-Nexus device.
Maybe you just miss your old iPhone. Maybe you’re just sick of people judging your phone because it doesn't have half-eaten fruit on the back of it. Maybe you just want to prank someone. Whatever the reason, you want to make an Android look like and iPhone. Here’s how.
Nova Launcher is a launcher with a feature list as long as my arm. That’s great if you’re someone who goes in and tweaks every little thing, but how do you find the two or three things you really want to tweak amid the rest of it? Here’s where the settings you need are hiding.
Night mode can be amazing, but it has to be implemented properly and users have to be given enough control to make it a feature rather than a nuisance. Nova Launcher is the former, and an example for all.
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.
Popular homescreen replacement Nova Launcher has just hit version 2.0 with a whole bunch of notable feature adds and improvements. The free version gets most of the improvements including custom wallpaper cropping, increased maximum desktop grid size and an infinitely scrolling app drawer setting. There's also a fix to force wallpaper scrolling on U.S. Galaxy SII (S2) variants, as well...
YouTube link for mobile viewing The first time we took a look at Nova Launcher, I could only pine away for the day I'd actually have a phone that could run it. Finally that time has come, so after consulting the Google+ populace to make sure I was making the right choice, I installed Nova Launcher and upgraded to the full, Prime-laden version. Let me tell ya, it was so worth it. If Nova...