Everything.me (beta) debuts as your dynamic Android app launcher

Everything.me (beta) debuts as your dynamic Android app launcher


For those of you who like to change up the home screen of your Android, or try new app launchers, we submit something quite new and intriguing. It’s called Everything.me and it’s billed as a dynamic and adaptive launcher that changes with your moods.

No matter which app launcher you’re using, even Facebook Home, your home screen looks the same no matter when or where you open it up. What happens, though, if you’re in the mood for a specific meal, movie, song, or show? Wouldn’t it be great if your phone would change with your desires, giving you a different look and quicker access to specific apps? This is essentially what Everything.me does, plus more.

For example, if you’re shopping for a new digital camera, just enter the name of the camera and all the relevant shopping apps will appear. Click on any of the apps, and it will open directly into the content you wanted – reviews, price comparisons, you name it.

This works for not only the aforementioned topics but also sports teams and pretty much everything else you in which you might have an interest.

Available for free, the beta app can be installed on pretty much any Android smartphone running 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and above. The app has already undergone a few updates in its short existence and looks to be off to a promising start.

[download_link link=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=me.everything.launcher” variation=”hotpink” target=”blank”]Download Everything.me for Android (Google Play)[/download_link]

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  1. Ilia Giorgobiani
    April 22, 16:06 Reply

    Looks promising !!! Very nice and unique : ) Better than staying still the same.

  2. One of them too
    June 16, 13:43 Reply

    You owe it to your readers to let them know it takes all the carefully organized apps you have on your phone and tosses them in one big app bucket. I had well over a hundred apps organized on my Galaxy III for work, finance, organization, travel, writing, etc. I made the stupid mistake of checking out the Everything app. Yes it’s cool but only if you start with few downloaded apps. The Beta version is in desperate need of an UNDO command. I rate this app barely above spamware.

  3. Dale Lature
    February 06, 13:26 Reply

    Problem. It breaks Google Now. Need a way to replace Find bar with Google Now bar

    • Dale Lature
      February 06, 13:27 Reply

      Many nice features but the above is a deal breaker

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