Action Launcher 3 Updated With Quickfind and Enhanced Quickbar

Action Launcher 3, a popular third-party launcher available in Google Play, received what appears to be a major update this afternoon, baking in a very, very long list of new features.

Included in the update is Quickfind, the ability to filter and load apps like never before in the dedicated search box inside the app drawer. In addition, the Quickbar has been enhanced, featuring new looks and an updated Google aesthetic.  (more…)

Action Launcher 3 Update Introduces Quickbar, a Customizable Google Bar for Your Home Screen

Action Launcher 3 received an update today that includes one major new feature that gives your home screen more power and control than ever – the Quickbar.

With the Quickbar, you get to take the Google Search bar that sits on your home screen and customize the hell out of it. That means you can add app shortcuts to it (like Google Play, music apps, Instagram, etc.), menus full of favorite contacts or settings, and buttons for pulling out your side drawer. You can even customize how the Google Search function operates when tapped (voice, overlay, or the Google app).  (more…)

Action Launcher 3.4 Update Adds Over a Dozen New Features

Action Launcher received an update to version 3.4 today that introduces over a dozen new features. The full list is below, but you will see new options for things like vertical scrolling, customizable grids, and icon label editing in the All Apps menu. There is also an option for hiding the status bar, font picker, and the ability to hide desktop shortcuts from app drawers.  (more…)

Nova Launcher Beta Updated With More Material Design, New Features

A beta update is available for Nova Launcher users, one which includes plenty of Material Design aesthetics and new features. The update brings a true Lollipop feel to the application, which should now look much nicer with devices currently running Lollipop. And if you are still on a later version of Android, Nova should help make you feel a bit more with the times. But don’t worry, we know it’s just carriers and OEMs holding you back from Android 5.0+.  (more…)