> Android launches that are:
> Not ugly
> and are great to use
Xperia launcher is the best launcher ive ever used.
totally beats google experience launcher, especially after the google experience launcher reverted back to the vertical scroll.
if you dont have this, then go for nova launcher.
You obviously don't know how to configure it.
It has very limiting options even on the shekel version.
It's a meme perpetuated by that stupid essential apps pic that floats around. It's a meme. People only use it because they saw it on a picture.
Nova is great if you like to rice. I like how you can hide folders under an app icon and show it with gestures.
But if you want something that just works, Smart Launcher is good too.
I prefer Launchers that adapt to my behaviour, Arrow Launcher does a good job at this, showing my recent apps, calls and files and placing the most used apps on one page. It looks professional.
I don't see any option for it
I just noticed the pull down to search feature in Nova. Seems handy if you have a ton of apps
Im pretty happy with pic related
Hayai Launcher. Takes up around 700kb and uses like 15mb of RAM.
1st version of action launcher
does pretty much everything
Its pretty light
Too bad I bloatjizz
Can't wait to upgrade later this year
>Doesn't know about Google opinion rewards
more free shekels for me
nova is like foo2k, you can make something decent/impressive with little knowhow and time
pic related-- I just configured nova for the first time, everything's nearly stock but just like with foobar2000 you can change a lot
>I don't personally care if google knows how interested I am in outdoor activities or that I was at best buy last week
mfw they know I do not drive an all electric sports car now
Nokia Z launcher is pretty great. I've been using it ever since it was released as a public beta.
Can't remember where i got mine even if was a week ago, you can find it on aptoide but outdated (it has its own updater though), im sure having it seen on play. I'm pretty sure you find it somewhere on the net.
Settled on atom launcher after trying a whole bunch a few years ago. Was looking for one that was lightweight, had folders and a decent app drawer. Not that I use launcher features much anymore though. Now I just use pie control and T9 dialer
Here, hope it works:
Its a titanium backup, so its a compressed apk. Sorry for mediafire, pantsu refused to upload.
No icons, only gestures. Nova launcher. Is there another launcher that can do this and is light?
>Apus used to good, lightweight, and have some nice features. Now it's just shit.
This. Also it capitalizes on the diversification of GO Launcher and Meme Master with more botnet.
Nova Launcher or bust. It's lightweight, customizable, and has an extremely functional free version. I used to use Apex before the sponsored folder bullshit, but now Nova rules.
>Literally using a Chink launcher
This is my favorite launcher for old phones and old people. Simple and lightweight.
Nova+Zooper is like a tug-n'-a-snooze, your can't lose.
I hope you know that he was being sarcastic.
I've had action launcher 3, and after trying nova and google now and apex and a whole bunch of others, it's by far my favorite. I just downloaded the paid version from aptoide so no moneys were spent. Can never go back to a paged appdrawer.
Most of the Android ricing I see on here is aesthetically pleasing, but reduces ease of use. I guess that's why they call it ricing.
Sure the minimalist, 6 icon group with no dock looks cool, but who wants to have to have to constantly be doing shit like searching for commonly used apps in the drawer?
All three of my icons are folders. Tap them and they open the first app in the folder, swipe them and they open the folder.
That's what I used to do with action launcher. I had my five icon dock, but all of them were the swipe folders organized how I liked them (most frequent, social media, google shit, tools, other). I loved it. And I had a quickpage (action launcher thing, an additional 4x4 screen that you get by dragging from the right. it's sorta dumb) that I stored my widgets on, like the flashlight. And I had a widget for a text-based clock, that when you clicked it would open kik, and I can't remember what I made a double click. That was my old phone, I haven't done much to my new one yet. Finally able to use custom roms, so I've been dicking around with cyanogen and aokp mostly.
Another thing I like about Nova, which is most likely offered by other lauchers, too, is the scrollable dock.
You can have tabbed app drawer "folders" that will accomplish what you want, but the first tab is just an alphabetized listing of all your apps. Though you could use the hide icon feature to get what you want.
I beg to differ. Super snappy.
Zenui. Its fast and I like the design. I also switched to uc browser. Its damn fast. Im using Asus zenfone 2 cm 13.1
i am using the stock launcher from lollipop on my moto g, i like it