After receiving a couplet of Android O features such as Notification Dots and a new search widget last week, Nova Launcher is being treated to another update to be in beta first. This update brings something extra special; something that’s not new, but in fact way overdue.
On May 29th, we told you about a Nova Launcher beta update that would bring Android O features for users to try including Notification Dots and a new Google search widget. This week, the update is rolling out publicly in the form of a stable package.
The beta version of Nova Launcher, one of Android’s most widely used third-party launchers, has received some treatment with the latest update. The company behind Nova Launcher is giving some Android O features a try, including notification dots, as well as a new Google search widget.
Nova Launcher is one of the most customizable, frequently updated and popular third-party launchers available on Android. The prime version of Nova Launcher gives access to bonus features and additional customization. In honor of the holiday season, Nova Launcher costs just $1, down from its standard price of $5.
2017 has witnessed a lot of innovations and announcements from Google, however, it appears that Google is not really protective of its developments as we sometimes stumble upon accidental leaks. The most recent of these leaks is the unpublicized version of Google’s Pixel Launcher which was seen on a demo phone at a Google I/O 2017 event.
This week we heard a lot about various mobile applications and we want to highlight the top three stories we reported. To do so, we want to know if new apps, excluding Google’s pre-loaded bunch, are of your demand?
This week saw a bevy of new Android smartphones go up for sale. The HTC U 11 Life is now available to purchase unlocked and on T-Mobile, both the Galaxy S8 Active and LG V30 Plus are making way to T-Mobile and Sprint, and the Razer Phone just went official. There’s still one more launch to come later in November, but all options thus far appear to be nice choices for their respective target markets. With that being said, are [Read More]
Major gaming equipment vendor, Razer, has announced its first-ever Android smartphone, just as we expected, and it’s optimized for the high-end market and “hardcore mobile gamers.” Some of which we got was known following several rumors, but there were many surprises as well. Here’s everything you need to know.