Nothing Launcher Now Supports Smartphones With Android 11 And Above
The first beta of the launcher, which is available for free, is now available for a wider range of Android smartphones.
Nothing officially released the beta version of the Nothing Launched on the Google Play Store.
The availability of Nothing Launcher has been expanded and supports all smartphones that run Android 11 or higher versions of the OS.
The custom launcher from the company gives us a close look at what we can expect from the upcoming Nothing Phone 1
This is a wide range of supported apps as compared to the previous support that includes devices from OnePlus, and Pixel, and select smartphones from Samsung, including the Galaxy S21 series and Galaxy S22 series.
The technology venture from the OnePlus co-founder Carl Pie, confirmed that they are working on the Nothing Phone (1) smartphone. It was revealed that the device will run the company's proprietary Nothing OS.
The updated version of the Nothing Launcher features a slew of minor tweaks such as the ability to change the wallpaper with an on-screen pop-up alongside a direct link to the company's ringtones and wallpapers.
The Nothing Launcher comes with some refining. It refers to something called "Max Icons" and "Max Folders". These allow users to press and hold folders or app icons, as well as, increase the space that these elements take on the home screen.