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February 27, 2014

Google Now Launcher now on Play Store

Since Nexus 5 was launched last November 2013, it had an exclusive launcher that no other Google devices officially have. Three months after that, all Nexus and Google Play Edition smartphones can now have the same experience!

The launcher made its debut with the Nexus 5 along with the Android 4.4 KitKat release. Coming from the default Android launcher, you will notice a better and a more friendly UX. You can now swipe to the farthest left to access Google Now. You can also have a single or even multiple home pages according to your liking. There are a number of new beautiful wallpapers too. The app tray is also polished while the widget list can now be accessed with a long press on the home screen.

If you have a Nexus or a GPE device with Android 4.4 on board, head on to Google Play or hit the source link below and give Google Now Launcher a try.

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3 Responses to “Google Now Launcher now on Play Store”

  1. roiji
    Twitter: roiji
    says:

    sayang, Nexus and GPe devices lang :(

  2. oi says:

    i dont like it. kasi lalaki yung icons unti at nagiging blurry. parang nagiging low resolution yung screen. tsaka may stutter. definetly need some tunning.

  3. MANJI says:

    Actually, pwede syang i-sideload sa ibang kitkat devices (just search sa droidlife). Yan ngayon default launcher ko sa Moto G ko and I like it.

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