Instant Messaging app #LINE is quite popular in some key markets of Asia. Features like music streaming, stickers, games etc have made it the desired choice for many out there. The developers of the app have just broadened their horizons by launching a new home screen launcher application, aptly named LINE Launcher. As you can see
Microsoft has just released something known as Arrow internally, which is a new Android custom launcher that the folks at Redmond are currently said to be testing. We’re getting a glimpse of three screenshots for the time being, revealing various aspects of the launcher. The first screenshot is from the launcher’s section called People, which
An update to the Google app on Android is now bringing some interesting features to the Google Now Launcher. Interestingly, the Google Now Launcher isn’t seeing any updates, but it’s merely the stock Google app which is getting the update. As for the change log, users can now expect an experience more in line with
Nokia is known to be working on Android since the Nokia X was announced. The company is now looking to enter the custom launcher fray as well which is dominated by Nova, Go Launcher etc. Known as the Nokia Z Launcher, this is expected to come with the usual suite of features you’d expect from
There’s certainly no scarcity of custom third party Android 4.4 based launchers out there, but it’s always good to have a new one, especially if its more functional and simpler to use. Early in November, we saw the stock Android 4.4 Google Experience launcher leaking out with functionality similar to that of the Nexus 5.
Custom Android launchers are in abundance today and the reason they’re so popular is because they offer a completely refreshed look and feel, without necessarily going through the hoops of upgrading or flashing a custom ROM. One such launcher is Apex Launcher, which has just received the Android 4.4 based launcher, complete with transparent status
We know quite a lot about Android 4.4 and the changes it will bring to Android as the frequency of leaks have increased over the weeks. And now a report from Android Police further sheds light on some of its new features. This leak states that Google is expected to launch a new launcher called “Google Experience”
Microsoft has done a great job with the interface of Windows Phone 7, but the operating system in its current state doesn’t have many basic features that you would be expecting from a smartphone. Windows Phone 7 is a struggling platform that represents less than 2% of the world smartphone market. The struggle can be
One of the great things about Android is the ability to customize your phone the way you want to. Instead of the same mundane row of apps tiled across the screen, or being restricted to just changing wall paper, Android offers a ton of ways to make your phone, more you. Customizing your launcher is
If you haven’t seen, used or heard of the Windows Phone 7 experience, then you are missing out on a minimalists dream date. The smoothness and eclectic feel of the Metro UI hasn’t taken the world by storm, but it has definitely influenced the Android community, from font creation all the way to launcher replication.
I’ve recently found myself dabbling in different types of launcher replacement applications; most of them to no avail as they usually provide an experience very similar to what you’ve typically come to expect from a vanilla rom (a few buttons, maybe a paginator, and if you’re lucky enough a “3d” app drawer). In an attempt
At long last, pricing an availability for Samsung’s highly anticipated Galaxy Tab device is hitting the net, starting with Verizon Wireless on November 11th! Verizon Wireless and Samsung Telecommunications America (Samsung Mobile) today announced the highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy Tab™ will be available Nov. 11 for $599.99. Running on Android™ 2.2, the Samsung Galaxy Tab