Nokia has made a sudden entry into the smartphone, tablet business with the release of the brand new N1 tablet. And already the world is going nuts over Z Launcher that has arrived alongside the tablet.
The Nokia Z Launcher was recently released in beta version for the Google Play Store. and already, It has met with mixed reviews, although most of you'll we know out there are already preparing to port into onto your handsets.
The Z Launcher is one of the most fresh looking interfaces in the market. And here's a look at the 5 most interesting queries and their answers related to the launcher.
How to Find Z Launcher in Google Play
When a brand new app is submitted to the Play Store, it appears for download within a few hours, but it can take up to 24 hours to start showing up in Play Store searches. However, Z Launcher should start showing up in searches soon. The team expects Google Play will finish indexing soon.
Error After Updating Z Launcher
Nokia says that some of its testers are getting a "server error" message when they are updating Z Launcher to the latest version. If you are experiencing this, head over to "Accounts" section. Select Z Launcher. You can head here for more query.
"Low Maturity" Instead Of "EVERYONE"
Google Play requires that any app that can access your location must have a minimum maturity rating of "Low Maturity." Because Z Launcher accesses your location to better learn how you use your phone, the Google Play store assigns it the "Low Maturity" rating. Z Launcher does not share your location with anyone else.
Why Z Launcher
Nokia says its is creating a more personalized and contextual mobile experience. By working hand-in-hand with users, devices, apps, features and content, the company is making your phone more useful for real life.
Z Launcher of Rooted Phones
Nokia says that rooted devices present a set of issues and challenges that are outside the scope of pre-beta. At this time, the company isn't planning to include them, but will keep this open for the future as it recognizes the many people using them.