+ Friday November 22nd, 2019

Hugely popular launcher, Nova Launcher Prime has begun a sale on their popular launcher replacement, dropping the price for a limited time from $4.99 down to a super cheap $0.99.

In terms of features, Nove Launcher Prime ranks among the most configurable and feature rich out there. Nova Launcher Prime recently launched a heap of new features out of their Beta program at the end of 2015, so the time is ripe. With a number of skin-heavy handsets on the market a replacement launcher can turn an average phone into a great one.

If you’ve been thinking about trying out a custom launcher, then this is a great time to grab yourself a bargain, Nova Launcher isn’t the only one out there – Action Launcher rocks – but there’s also a of others listed on Google Play for you to check out.

Nova Launcher Prime
Nova Launcher Prime
Developer: TeslaCoil Software
Price: $4.99

If you would like your device to behave slightly differently than currently, there are a huge number of launchers available so why not try out a bargain while you’ve got the chance.

If you’re using a custom launcher, which one is your weapon of choice and why?

Source: Play Store.

Phil Tann   Associate

Phil Tann

Phil is an Android enthusiast who spends most of his time reading up on U.S. Android news so he can get the low down on what could possibly hit Australian shores. Coming from a background in IT & T sales, he’s in the perfect position to give an educated view on hardware and software.

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Daniel Narbett
Daniel Narbett

I lurve Nova Launcher (I’ve had Prime for several years) – running on both phone and tablet – and it means I get to keep my favourite layout and functionality between devices and on phones over the years. Occasionally a fit comes on me and I try switching to a stock launcher but I get so frustrated so quickly with the limitations that I switch straight back. Only quirk I’ve found is that while it uses only a little memory on low-spec devices, it uses a lot more on high-spec devices.

Paul Miller
Ausdroid Reader

I continue to find it difficult to understand why Nova Launcher is still a thing!

It’s so fully functioned (with sensible functions rather than silly 3D novelties) and customisable that I keep thinking that everything it does will just get adopted into a stock launcher with the next Android update – but no, it’s still here making up for all the deficiencies in both stock and OEM skinned experiences.

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