Yandex.Shell goes free for global audience

Yandex.Shell goes free for global audience


Yandex.Shell, the home launcher with a 3D carousel interface, is now available for free to a global audience. Previously known as SPB Shell 3D, the developers were scooped up in late 2011. Indeed, this is the launcher that at one time cost users $15 to install.

Yandex.Shell, a home launcher and organiser for Android phones, is now available for free. Any Android smartphone user in the world can now download Yandex.Shell to transform their home screen into a 3D space. The free version of Yandex.Shell features a new dialer and address book. It is offered with a customized installation package and a default layout configuration, including a new widget panel, instant search function and exciting opportunities to manage the content on the phone’s home screen just with one tap.

Also of note, the B2B edition which launched at Mobile World Congress this year will remain in play with  OEMs, phone manufacturers and mobile operators. The end user version, however, will stay free going forward!

Replace the home screen experience of your Android today with Yandex.Shell.

[download_link link=”” variation=”hotpink” target=”blank”]Yandex Shell (Google Play)[/download_link]

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