back in early January, however aside from the video, not much was really said in terms of when it could be expected. That has changed as of today though. The folks behind Chameleon have released their latest Kickstarter update and it includes a sneak peek of the launcher running on a Nexus 4 and also a Nexus 7.
launchers for Android devices. Of course, this particular one made a splash when it launched as a Kickstarter offering. Chameleon has since come available and can be purchased by way of the Google Play Store for $3.99. The one catch with this -- the Chameleon Launcher is currently only available for tablets.
home screen replacement app has recently been updated. And nicely done, this Nova Launcher update brings the app up to version 2.0 with new features as well as fixes and improvements to existing features. This launches remains available for free and will run on devices with Android 4.0 or later.
Apex Launcher is a popular choice. Being one of the most popular Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich based launchers it has been a big hit, but today just got even better with the latest update. The developers merged what's new from 4.2 Jelly Bean, and added a huge list of awesome features.
Action Launcher, which came by way of Chris Lacy, the developer behind Tweet Lanes. Action Launcher aside though, it looks like the Go Launcher Dev Team has released their latest launcher -- Next Launcher.
launcher to share with everyone. The developer from the wildly popular Tweet Lanes comes Action Launcher. Just as the name implies this home screen replacement launcher has an always available action bar for quickly and easily opening and launching apps, as well as a few other impressive features. Let's take a look.
Android, but just in case you've been lured by Windows Phone 8's touch-friendly live tiles, you can now have the best of both worlds. Say hello to WP8 Launcher, which adds a Windows 8-style user interface to your Android phone. This means that you don't have to ditch your Android device and buy an all new Windows Phone 8 device to just to use that WP8 user interface.
start as a kickstarter project back in May has finally landed on the Google Play Store. This home replacement launcher for tablets is very pretty, polished, and looks fantastic. While it's in the Play Store right now, only those who pre-ordered from Kickstarter can actually use it.
Nova Launcher was one of the first, and our current favorite, and of course standard launchers from Gingerbread and further back still work. But the real competition is Apex Launcher, likewise based on the source code from the stock Android 4.0 launcher. It gets a major update today, so try the free version in the Google Play Store.