Google Tipped to Revamp Its Launcher for Nexus Devices

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The most anticipated gadget Nexus Phone of Google is rumored to be launched soon along with its high-end version Android 7.0. However, if rumors are to be believed, users are going to experience several high-end features along with a new Google launcher with Nexus phones. As per the recently leaked report, Google is redesigning its existing launcher for its upcoming Nexus devices which are alleged to be soubriquet as Marlin and Sailfish,

Though Google does not officially announce it, yet rumors are constantly hitting the market about the newly included launcher of Nexus phone. A recent leak is suggesting that Google is upgrading its app drawer symbol and Google Search bar available on home screen with a new and revolutionary launcher which will be found in its approaching Nexus phones. No clues are available whether this new launcher of Google will be available for non-Nexus users or not.

Key points to note down about new Google Launcher

Following the leaked images, it I reported that Google is finally getting rid of the icon available for app drawer by redesigning its latest launcher. Another feature which is found missing in the leaked pictures is the iconic search bar of Google. Instead of a search bar, the photos are indicating demonstrating a non-removable calendar icon on the upper right of the primary home screen, while on the left; the users will find a G-icon pull-tab.

Though Google yet hasn’t made any formal declaration about the new launcher, yet reports are suggesting that this Google exclusive Launcher will only be available for Nexus phones. This will allow the Nexus users to access into different apps just by dragging up the drawer from the lower app wharf. Moreover, it is rumored to have several more advanced functionalities, and soon the final model will make its debut in the market.

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