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3 more great Android launchers you should try out

by Brandon Russell | March 11, 2015March 11, 2015 1:00 pm PST

There’s something so satisfying about customizing an Android phone. We’ve made it a point of focus in a lot of our videos lately, and it’s why in this new video we’re revisiting some awesome new launchers.

The wide world of Android customization is vast, and we always knew we’d missed some good ones in our last video. We’re going to keep it short and sweet this time—we’re covering three more launchers instead of five. That just means there are other cool experiences out there, so we’ll continue to be on the prowl for more.

Whereas in the last video we covered some of the big boys like Nova launcher, Google launcher, and Aviate, we’re hitting some other that you may or may not have heard about; stuff like Solo Launcher and Themer. Most of the launchers we cover are designed to do the same thing, and that is to give you the best possible tools to customize the Android experience. But dig deeper and you’ll find that there are a ton of cool features being offered in our fresh list.

Take a look, and let us know if you use any of the launchers listed in the video. We’ll continue to be on the look out for other fun launchers (and icon packs!), so stay tuned for future videos on the topic.

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Brandon Russell enjoys writing about technology and entertainment. When he's not watching Back to the Future, you can find him on a hike or watching...