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Themer Play Store suspension due to alleged copyright infringement

We watched as the Themer launcher app went from private beta to public beta. We even spent a bit of hands-on time checking out the theme oriented launcher ourselves. But as of today, it seems there is another chapter in the story. The app had been pulled from the Play Store earlier in the month due to alleged copyright infringement and now with the issue seemingly resolved, the app has yet to return to an available status.

EverythingMe, the contextual launcher, is out of beta

EverythingMe, the launcher which wants to give context to everything, is now available. Previously in beta, the long awaited launcher is now available to everyone via the Play Store. In what they call “smartphone 2.0”, EverythingMe wants to add depth to your device via up-front context.

Apex Launcher improves notifications, adds app sorting

There are plenty of options when it comes to launcher apps, but even with that being said, there are a few that seem to stick around as crowd favorites. One of those happens to be Apex Launcher, and in a bit of good news for users -- there has been a recent update. Developer Android Does has released version 2.3.0 which comes with a few new features and a few bug fixes.

Facebook Home update teased in first look video

Facebook Home originally launched back in April. This was right around the same time the HTC First Facebook phone launched with AT&T and while that handset has long since disappeared from the memories of many, it looks like Facebook is not quite ready to give up on Home. We saw an update back in October that added support for a variety of other social services, and more recently, Facebook has dropped a first look style video teasing the next update.

Themer updated, makes browsing and previewing themes easier

Themer, which set the launcher craze into overdrive, has seen its first major update since launch. With the refresh, Themer promises easier navigation via a new translucent app drawer, and themes that peek through to give you a preview or what you’ll get. In our review, we noted Themer was easy to use, and this update will only add to the experience.

Cover, the contextual lockscreen now available in the Play Store

Cover was announced as a new Android lockscreen app a few weeks earlier. At the time we saw a bit of teasing in terms of features. The app was available, but only in a private beta group. Well, while not everyone was able to gain access to that group -- it meant plenty were left waiting. A set release date had not been given, but we did recently learn the app would be arriving before Christmas.
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