29 April 2022 10:04 AM GMT
Nothing phone (1) is the first smartphone from the company (Image credit: Nothing)
Almost a month after Nothing announced the debut of its first smartphone, Nothing phone(1), the startup has now launched the Nothing Launcher, which provides a glimpse of the Android-based Nothing OS. This third-party home screen replacement is compatible with the Samsung Galaxy S21, Galaxy S22, Google Pixel 5, and Pixel 6 series handsets and includes a variety of features that will be available on the Nothing phone(1). The support for OnePlus devices will also be coming out soon. All the above-mentioned device users can get a taste of the new Nothing OS by downloading the Nothing launcher app from the Google Play Store.
Download Nothing Launcher (Beta) to preview the unified graphics and key features of Nothing OS.Available on the Google Play Store for the Samsung S21, S22, Google Pixel 5 and 6 series (OnePlus coming soon). Learn more on https://t.co/Rg2h1ROvX8. pic.twitter.com/NHYMWAu4qu
“We’re excited to share Nothing Launcher (Beta) with you. The first iteration of Nothing OS. Your first taste of phone (1),” Nothing said in its blog post.
The Nothing Launcher features a variety of changes and optimisation, including what Pei’s company calls “Max Icons” and “Max Folders.” This allows you to increase the amount of space on your home screen by pressing and holding app icons or folders.
Nothing offers a collection of unique wallpapers, weather and clock widgets, ringtones and more with this new Android launcher. However, there appears to be no support for the Google Discover feed, which is becoming quite common on various OEM skins of Android.
Users can manually set the launcher by going to Settings > Apps > Default Apps > Default Home App. Below is a tutorial on how to install the Nothing Launcher on your device.
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