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LaunchBoard is an app drawer replacement with a theme engine and modern UI

Most launchers are built around the basic premise of presenting some frequently used apps and widgets on the home screen and tucking away all other apps in the app drawer. But if you have a lot of apps installed on your device, your app drawer will end up becoming a scroll festival, where you can...

Tutorial: Clear Drawer For Nova Launcher

Today we are going to be looking at how to setup the clear drawer look on your app drawer. We will be using Nova launcher, a few custom icon packs and a custom clock widget. Marcos has made this video for XDA TV that will take you step by step to achieve this awesome look. This...

Leaving the App Drawer: The 15-Day Homescreen Experiment

The App Drawer, something so simple, something so native to Android but yet something so controversial as of late. If someone asks about the differences between iOS and Android this is typically an early mention, so when LG (and Samsung to a lesser extent) released early models of their new flagship phones sans-App Drawer the...

Android M to Bring New App Drawer

It has now been seen that Android M will receive a new app drawer as part of the stock launcher. The first four icons you will see in your drawer now will be automatically updated to represent your recently used applications. Whether or not this will be directly based on those apps seen in your recent apps...