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Top Five: A Look At The Best Launchers for Android

Last updated: October 2, 2018.

The Best Launchers for Android

Third party launchers are some of the best things about Android.  Using a third party launcher, you can enjoy the latest Android OS.  Launchers are like themes in the sense that they can change everything, but launchers also give you the option to return to a stock interface.  In this post we look at the top five best launchers for Android devices.

  1. Google Now Launcher:

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The Google Now Launcher was previously included with Kitkat devices only, but is now available for all devices in the Google Play Store.

 

  • Google Now on the home screen.
  • Button-free access for Google Voice.
  • Search may be activated by calling out ‘Ok Google’ while home
  1. Launcher Pro:

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Launcher Pro is an Ice Cream Sandwich like launcher.

  • Fast and quiet
  • Can split home screen into 7 different home screens with smooth scrolling between all screens
  1. Everything Me:

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App for people who want an automated experience in their phones.

  • Responds to voice based commands including search or updating Facebook status.
  • Goes along from morning till evening and adopts changes progressively.
  • Updates you with news and weather updates in the morning, and gives you schedule updates throughout the day.  to begin your day and give you updates for your day’s schedule, meetings in line and other important events throughout the day.

 

  1. Nova Launcher:

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One of the oldest and most customizable launchers found in the Android Playstore.

  • Various themes, icons and widgets and grid sizes and multiple docks
  • Supports ‘Ok Google’ for convenient searches.
  • Efficient and highly optimised.
  1. Yahoo Aviate Launcher:

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Aviate adapts to changes as you proceed with your day.

  • Screen changes, showing you only the apps you need at that particular time of day.
  • Simple interface.
  • Home screen divides into four different panels with apps organized into categories based on their functions
  • You can create shortcuts, widgets and icons and more.
  • App wakes you up in the morning, will guide you on the road and give suggestions for what you are looking for anywhere throughout the day.

Do you have any of these five launchers on your phone?

Share your experience in the comments box below.

JR

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