Google has released its latest Android operating system at its annual I/O 2015 conference, which took place a week ago in San Francisco. The latest Android OS comes with number of improvements and specially focused on new design interface.
The Android M comes with redesigned app drawer, featuring a widget picker which will scroll vertically instead of sideways. However, the color and design of the app drawer looks similar to the Android Lollipop.
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Here is a step-by-step tutorial on how to get the new Android M app drawer feature on your older version of Android running devices.
Step-by-step Installation Guide
Step 1: Download and install Google Now Launcher from the Play Store on your Android device.
Step 2: After installing the Launcher, exit the Play Store and jump to Home Screen.
Step 3: Now choose Google Now Launcher and select it as a default launcher and tap always when prompted.
Step 4: Now download Google App APK file and install on Android device.
Step 5: After installing the Google App, clear the Launcher's cache. To clear cache, go to device Settings >> Apps >> Google Now Launcher and than tap on Clear Cache button.
Step 6: Now return to the settings main menu and locate the Google App which you installed just now and clear the cache as well.
Note: Clearing the cache for both Google Now Launcher and Google Apps is mandatory.
Step 7: Now go back to Home Screen. Now the new Android M App drawer will work on the device.
You can uninstall the launcher and the Google Apps to revert to the old launcher.
Source: Redmond Pie