No’Me is a launcher manager for those of you with multiple launcher apps

No’Me is a launcher manager for those of you with multiple launcher apps

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When it comes to UI customization on Android, third-party launcher apps are the first thing most users download to change the look and feel of their device. Since the Google Play Store offers a wide variety of unique launcher apps, it’s quite natural for users to try out a few options before settling down with the one that offers the most useful features for any particular use case. Some of you may also like to juggle between a couple of launchers depending on the need of the hour, but the lack of an easy way to quickly switch between different launchers could make the process a bit tedious. Thanks to a new app called No’Me, you can now switch between different launcher apps with a single tap and easily manage all installed launchers without bothering with the Android settings.

No’Me is a launcher manager/switcher app from XDA Senior Member Nx Biotic that is now available for download on the Google Play Store and XDA Labs. The app gives you access to a couple of useful features that you can use to easily switch between installed launcher apps, check information about the launcher app currently in use, and make changes to other default apps on your device.

As you can see in the attached screenshots, the Manager tab on the app gives you access to information about the launcher app currently in use, including details about the permissions, providers, services, activities, receivers, build number and version info. The Launchers tab lists down all the installed launcher app and lets you easily switch between them with a single tap.

No’Me also offers a companion app that you can download to quickly switch between launcher from a quick settings tile and it also builds dynamic shortcuts for currently installed launchers to let you switch between them using an app shortcut. Furthermore, No’Me also supports the QuickSwitch Magisk Module that lets the app identify launchers compatible with quick switch and enables Android Pie recent apps on supported third-party launchers.

If you’re interested in trying out the No’Me launcher manager, you can download it from the Google Play Store link below. The app is completely free to use and should work with all Android devices running Android 5.0 and newer.

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