earlier in the month. At the time we were looking at a beta release of 2.3 and as of today, it looks like the beta tag has been dropped and the update is now available for all users. Perhaps the key perk here, Nova Launcher 2.3 brings the styling of Android 4.4 Kit Kat.
launcher apps. We saw items such as Themer, Aviate and Cover. These all launched in beta and it looks like one of the three will soon be graduating. The app that will be exiting beta is Cover and according to details shared on the @coverscreen Twitter account, it will be in the Play Store before Christmas.
Action Launcher 2.0 exited the beta phase yesterday evening. Version 2.0 had been in beta for sometime, but despite regularly using Action Launcher, we held off on installing the beta release. Well, after spending some time with v2.0 last evening and this morning -- we are now wishing we would have updated sooner. First and foremost though, along with some new features, Action Launcher 2.0 also brought a free and paid version.
comparison test is Action Launcher, which has just reached that iconic 2.0 version, with an interesting new feature and a free download to boot.
Play Store and it looks like yet another has arrived. Though, while this latest joins a rather large group, there may be some reason to pay attention. The app is called Kit Kat Launcher+ and is said to have been compiled straight from AOSP. And in addition, while some launchers bring an overabundance of features and options, this one is a bit simpler.
Android 4.4 might not have to wait for a distant or even non-existent update just to enjoy it. Popular Nova Launcher has just announced a new beta that attempts to emulate some parts of the brand new look and feel of the latest Android version.
uploaded by Google. Thanks to resourceful and avid Android developers, we now have access to the new Home Launcher for use even on devices not yet on Android 4.4. Read on for an overview and special instructions on how to install the launcher.
launcher replacement that allows you to quickly and easily customize your Android handset. While the Themer team has yet to take the app out of beta status, they have graduated from private to public.
launcher replacements have been a fairly popular topic amongst Android users lately. We have seen two launch in private beta status recently and it looks like we are now getting a look at a lockscreen replacement. This one is called Cover and while not yet available in the Play Store, it is said to be coming soon. Perhaps more important here, Cover brings the promise of being able to learn when and where you use different apps.