I don’t know about you, but I am not a very patient person; I like speed. Even on my gadgets, I like them to give me want I want first and fast. I don’t have the time to sieve through the clutter; tap here and there again and again to get the app and service I want.
The things about smartphones, no matter how fancy you may think yours is, how superior features it has got, how reliable the battery life is if you can find what you want first and fast. It is just not worth it! No one wants to be scrolling sideways multiple times before finding what you want.
The problem gets worse when you get a new phone with custom UI or when you upgrade to a new version of the OS. Android users are worse off than iPhone users; iOS simply has a fixed UI with apps across the home screen. Unlike Android devices, which comes from a wide range of multiple manufacturers and developers who customize the phone using the open source Android OS, iPhones experience remains fairly constant.
Other Google Pixel and the Motorola smartphones, which run the stock Android, all other Android smartphones come with a custom UI. The good thing is, if you are having trouble getting used to the new UI you get on each new Android phone, you can simply have a custom launcher to give you similar experience despite the device you are using. The following is a suggestion of some of the best Android App Launcher we can recommend:
Ø Google Now Launcher: If you are a Google die-hard and wish nothing short of the Google experience, this is the launcher for you. After installing the launcher, you will need to log in to your Google account to give you a more personalized experience.
Ø Microsoft Arrow Launcher: This launcher gives you a neat interface with plenty of room for customization. It gives you a number of apps on the home screen including the Google Search bar.
Ø Nova Launcher: It has been touted as the cleanest and one with the least level of nonsense giving users an almost stock-Android experience.
Ø Solo Launcher: The creators of this launch claims it saves on memory space for your device while providing avenues for more customization option. At the onset, frequently used apps will be automatically placed on your home screen, and the app tray will automatically arrange alphabetically. Although it has one significant downside, it perhaps has too many constant ads enticing you to download other apps.