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HTC was involved in making the Google Pixel, which featured the first software skin that put the app drawer under a swipe. HTC may take that run, too.
If you prefer the clean look of the Pixel Launcher but haven't been able to get everything working properly, try this neat-o port.
One Pixel XL received the new design. It's essentially an intermediate page that lets you look into stories and your latest reminders.
The installation count for the launcher app, exclusive to the Pixel and Pixel XL, has rolled over from the 500,000 milestone to 1 million.
Engineers are not willing to say when the redesign will go live and on what devices, but it does place an emphasis on easy access to Google search.
Want all your apps on the home screen? That can be done. Want them in a drawer? Sure. Wanna tap a button or swipe it up out of nowhere?
Odd that two fairly marginalized frontier devices are getting the minor update first. Maybe it's because everyone's still playing with Android O.
The Android 7.1.1 update for the Japanese-made phone is getting some interesting launcher tweaks that look much like the Pixel Launcher.
The Pixel C finally gets a launcher of its namesake while the Nexus 6P finally gains something its lesser sibling could do since a while back.
A list of bullet points and plenty of speculation as to where the next version of Android will go. But will all of these features land in May?
From the Pixel phones to the Andromeda products to all things smartening up the Internet of Things and your Wi-Fi network, Google is getting on steroids.