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Julius Kondratyev
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The Android launcher EverythingMe(Opens in a new window) is no more. Even though the little app had around 15 million Android installations or so—not a small figure by any means—the company behind the launcher had trouble translating this interest into a working business plan.

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The EverythingMe app, which you can still download from Google Play (for the time being), is a fairly simple launcher for Android devices that gives you some additional options to play with on your home screen.

"The launcher surfaces the apps, contacts and information you want based on your context: your location, the time of day, your individual preference, and more," reads the app's description(Opens in a new window). "All your apps and information will remain on your phone, they'll just be neatly organized and easier to access!"

That lack of permanency makes launchers much different than aftermarket firmware replacements, commonly referred to as ROMs, that have guided Android's customization spirit since the operating system's early days. More than just an app, a ROM is essentially a different version of the Android operating system that's meant to replace the operating service that came with your phone.

As a result, ROMs have dropped in popularity in recent years, and launchers have taken their place. That shift has a lot to do with how easy launchers are to install -- you just download them from Google Play like you would any other app. It also helps that the effects of a launcher can easily be undone.

Almost every launcher falls into one of two categories: design or "smart." Design launchers focus on letting you change the entire layout of your Android phone's home screen, creating simple designs or more elaborate ones that look like carved wood or a collage of photos. You also can add custom gestures to your phone, such as double-tapping the screen to open a specific app.

"Smart" or adaptive launchers seek to put the most relevant information front and center throughout your day, as you wake up, head out on your commute, work at the office, and spend a night on the town or at home watching TV. I prefer to call "smart" launchers home-screen replacements because they replace your normal home screen setup with a new experience. Just remember that you often cannot modify your phone's design using a home screen replacement. Below, I'll discuss both categories in more detail.

Let's first take a look at design launchers, which were the first type of launchers to really take off in the Android community. These apps are used to modify or completely overhaul your Android home screen, which you reach by tapping your phone's home button or hotkey. This is where your wallpaper and widgets live, and where you can store shortcuts to apps.

Design launchers act as a foundation that you can build upon with icon packs, widgets, and wallpapers. These apps serve to "unlock" existing design limitations, such as how many apps you can fit on individual home screens, to allow for deeper modifications. You can make some changes to the look and feel of your phone with these apps alone, but the fun really starts when you download icon packs, play around with widgets, and hunt for unique wallpapers. Icon packs change how the icons for some or all of the apps look on your phone. Most packs are free or cost a few bucks, and you need a launcher on your phone to use them.

Arguably the most popular design launchers are Nova, Apex, and Go Launcher EX. All three have been around for a few years and give you free license to rearrange your home screens, and even your app drawer. A few newcomers that are worth checking out are Dodol and Buzz Launcher.

Worth mentioning is the Themer launcher, which was built by the same people who run MyColorscreen, a website for showing off custom home screens. Themer makes the process of tweaking your phone's aesthetic infinitely easier because you use premade designs built by a community of Android enthusiasts. All you need to do is find a theme you like, press a few buttons, and it's loaded onto your phone. You can switch up your theme as often as you like, without needing to devote hours to moving around apps and widgets or changing icon packs.

So-called smart home-screen replacements have very different goals from those of design launchers. These apps seek to put the apps and information you need right in front you, so that, ideally, you'll never have to hunt around your phone ever again.

EverythingMe emphasizes search, with a large search bar on your home screen that you can use to find apps and contacts or to search the Web for the information you need. This launcher also automatically organizes your apps into "smart folders" based on category, such as social or fitness, and will suggest new apps you can download in each category.

Using launchers can be overwhelming at first, and they aren't necessary to get a good Android experience. Still, it's worth playing around with launchers, because they can add a lot of value and breathe new life into phones with dated software or irritating stock features.

Even if you like your phone's setup as is, I urge you to play around with a launcher or two. You might be pleasantly surprised with what you can do with a new design, or how convenient it is when the apps you need appear when you need them. And if not, you can always go back to your stock experience with just a few taps.

Themer is my top pick for an introductory design launcher. It comes with hundreds of predesigned themes that help inspire you to create your own designs. Once you've mastered it, I suggest trying out Nova. built a nifty launcher for Android devices that adds contextual capabilities to smartphones, and raised more than $35 million in financing from high-profile investors, including Telefónica, Mozilla, Draper Fisher Jurvetson (DFJ), Horizons Ventures and SingTel Innov8.

Dependent on your phone, its manufacturer, and your service provider, your Android phone comes with a default launcher, which comprises your home screen, various control panels, and the apps installed on your device.

All launchers allow you to personalize Android by changing wallpapers, theme colors, icon packs, and, depending on the launcher itself, much more. Microsoft Launcher is designed primarily for those who live, work, and play in the Microsoft ecosystem.

Once it's installed, you can quickly apply it by tapping or pressing your Home key, then selecting "Firefox OS" as the launcher. Alternatively, you can go through your system settings to apply it as your launcher as well.

While some have mentioned that it worked flawlessly, I experienced problems on the Samsung Galaxy S6, though the Nexus 7 ran it well enough to try it out. It is recommended that once you've installed and set it as your home launcher, you should let it "settle" for a little bit, then reboot your device.

But other than that, you should definitely explore the launcher. Firefox's inclusion of the search technology from the EverythingMe launcher makes finding apps, contacts, and web results a breeze, and the Settings menu is neat and functional.

After reading the previous paragraph you must be thinking, what is an Android quick Launcher? Well, Android quick launcher is one of the most powerful features of Android because it gives authorization to its user to customize the look and other most commonly used features of their phone such as dialer, messenger, menu, home screen etc. It comes with all possible designs and themes. It adds animations to the home screens, provides short-cuts, sorts out the most used application, manages app drawers, provides multiple security options to secure your communications such as emails, Whatsapp, and facebook messages etc. In short, it gives you leverage to kick all uninteresting stuff and look out from your phone and re-design it and create your perfect set up even when you are not technically trained for it.

Design launchers, as the name suggests, are focused on design. What do they do? They allow users to change the complete layout of their home screen. Users can customize their home screens in the more artistic way like they can make their home screen to look alike a collage of photos or make it a 3D and interactive screen etc. Let me say, I was also a user of this kind of launchers and it is quite impressive. These launchers act like a decorator. You can build new icons, play with your widgets and wallpapers, remove or increase the screen scrolls and go solo with your most used apps, play with icon packs and give an icon to every application of your phone, no matter how many applications you want on your home screen, you got it. Theme launchers are also a part of this or one can also find a completely new theme launcher from the third party. Here you find multiple themes designed and built by the Android enthusiasts, no matter what kind of theme you want, you can never get disappointed by Theme launcher.

These launchers are self-guided and learn from every move made on the phone, based on that it creates tools for users. One of the best qualities of these launchers is, it is always updated about the location and provides you the information based on that like a personal secretary, well not as good as a human but most of the time it helps. For example, when you wake up in the morning, working in your office, out on a vacation, it learns your location and shows you the right app on time. However, you cannot modify the theme, except color (you can change the impression like from dark to light and vice-versa).

Although there are plenty of the third party as well as Google Android quick Launchers available in the market. You have learned their performance and now you can choose some from the list. Here is a list of few top performers from android quick launchers club. Have a look at some of the best android quick launchers and select yours-

Are you in love with how windows phone looks like? Action Launcher 3 is one of the best android phone launchers, and my favorite as well. It gives you this opportunity to convert your Android phone menu appearance into Windows. This launcher enables a bar, similar to Windows Start Menu, that pops up at the top left of the screen which consists all favorite apps of yours without having them cluttering them at home screen. Apart from this Action Launcher 3 comes with many unique features such as Quick page like a hidden home screen, the Quick theme which determines themes and pages, Covers, a unique take on folders etc. 041b061a72


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