Nova Launcher For Android Now Available, The Best ICS Home Launcher: Custom Grid, Infinite Scroll, Scrollable Dock, Gestures & More
What are the advantages that you can get from your Android over the iOS? The best part is that users have more control over their user-experience. You aren’t satisfied with the stock keyboard, launcher, music app, gaming etc. Simply, they can head over to Android Market and get downloaded something that fits your needs.
Google has already added some great packages which contains new features to Android with 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, including all-new launcher. While there are people who love tweaking their Android handsets, today we figured out, and that’s we talk about a fresh 4.0-friendly UI customizer. Its a launcher that does work great, but also having some missing features though. Missing features that have been included in an amazing new launcher called Nova Launcher that just officially hits the Android Market as a beta. Check this out after the jump!
From Android Market:
Highly customizable, performance driven, home screen replacement for Android 4.0+
Custom Grid, Scrollable Dock, Scroll Effects, Infinite Scroll, Folder Icons, Backup/Restore, Gestures, Hide Apps, Dock Swipes, Additional Scroll Effects.
Nova Launcher is now available as a free and paid flavors directly from the Market of Android apps, Themes and Launchers. This launcher will replace your default/stock launcher and you can easily do so by following a series of instructions.
Many tested Nova Launcher on their Galaxy Nexus running Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich and confirms that it works as advertized. Launcher actually adds a handsful of new features on top of the stock ICS Launcher which makes it the launcher for ICS devices. That lets users customize the grid layout, remove any annoying ubiquitary Google Search bar, scroll doc icons, scroll infinitely, customize how folder Icons look like and specai feature that backup their homescreen configuration and restore it, after flashing a new ROM.
If you are thinking of unleasing the four bucks for premium status, you’ll surely get extra features, including personalized gestures and dock “swipe-actions”.
Nova Launcher is available in two versions: a slightly feature-limited free version and a full-featured “Prime” version that comes with the ability as said before, to use multitouch gestures such as pinching, single/double finger swiping to quickly launch Nova Actions or apps, hide apps you won’t use, dock app swipe and additional scrolling effects. Both variants are up for grabs from the source links below.
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