Sunday , March 18 2018

Nokia Z Launcher now available to download in more countries – including Australia

Z Launcher Screenshot
Nokia’s contextual launcher Z Launcher has now expanded availability to more countries, with Canadians, South Africans, New Zealanders and of course Australians now able to access the launcher from Google Play.

The Z Launcher app retains the ‘Beta’ tag, but is now available to work on a range of your phones and tablets. Z Launcher aims to bring to the fore all the apps you use, with the aim of launching them within one second. We took a closer look at Z Launcher running on the Nokia N1 tablet at Mobile World Congress and you can check it out in action from about the 50-second mark

If you’re interested in checking out Z Launcher from Nokia, you can now grab it for your Phone or Tablet running Android 4.1 and above from Google Play.

The app was not found in the store. 🙁
Source: Google Play.
Via: @nokiazlauncher.

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or you could just download it directly from nokia 🙂

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