Numerous reports said that Google has been taking a shot at an uncommon new launcher application for its 2016 Nexus gadgets, the HTC-made Sailfish and Marlin. From that point forward, we discovered that the Nexus line is kicking the bucket, as the two gadgets will be called Pixel and Pixel XL. Google is obviously prepared to head in an alternate bearing with its Nexus gadgets, concentrating on top of the line outline and specs, additionally more customization alternatives.
The fresh out of the box new Nexus launcher is one way Google is apparently spicing up the Android experience it offers on its cell phones. That launcher has been renamed to Pixel Launcher, and it’s as of now accessible for download, in any event informally.
Surely understood ROM designer LlabTooFer, who exhibited various releases identified with HTC gadgets previously, is back with more data about the Pixel Launcher, complete with symbolism and download joins. As should be obvious in the accompanying tweets, the Pixel launcher gives off an impression of being like the Nexus Launcher that was portrayed in past reports.
Something you’d quickly spot is the way that the Google Search bar you hope to rule the screen has been perfectly shrouded away, however the usefulness is still there. The Pixel Launcher ought to likewise wear Google Assistant elements.
The new launcher is outwardly indistinguishable to the spilled Nexus Launcher, Android Police says, and there are no progressions contrasted with past adaptations. The Android site was one of the first to write about the supposed new launcher going to the 2016 Nexus handsets.
Different changes incorporate another symbol and another form number. The last recommends that the Pixel cell phone will dispatch with Android 7.1 Nougat on board.
You can download the Pixel Launcher at this moment, in any event informally. It’s not clear right now whether other non-Pixel gadgets will get the Pixel Launcher, or whether existing Nexus handsets that run Nougat will likewise get it come October when the new Pixel telephones should dispatch.