Google Now Launcher Now Available for Devices Running Android 4.1 and Higher

By Vivek

    Back in February Google released the Google Now Launcher on Google Play for its Nexus and Google Play Edition devices running Android 4.4 (KitKat). Now, Google has released the Google Now Launcher for all devices running Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) or higher. Now, users can directly access Google Now from the home screen.

    Google Now Launcher Now Available for Devices Running Android 4.1

     

    Even though, the Google Now Launcher is mostly a stock experience, there are a few very nice extra features, which are focused on Google Now. Also you could side-load Google Now launcher APK on other devices, but the Google Play app would offer you instant updates.

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    One of the best features about the launcher is that users will now be able to use the "OK Google" command from any of your homescreens to automatically trigger voice commands.

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    Google Now Launcher: Features

    Google Now on your home screen is one feature that will make it easier for users to get the right information at just the right time. Users can just say "Ok Google" to trigger voice input. Then say your search query. Or tell your phone what to do, like send a text message, get directions, or play a song.

    Other advantages that users will get from the new launcher app is the Faster search, easy access to your favorite Google products and services, like Gmail, YouTube, and Maps, Larger viewing area and Intuitive wallpaper picker.

    You can download the app from here.

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