Action Launcher 2.0 comes out of beta, introduced with free version
If you’re looking for a new, quicker way to navigate your Android device, look no further.
The stock launcher on Android devices isn’t for everyone: a few pages with apps/widgets, an app drawer, and that’s generally about it. That’s mainly what Action Launcher is looking to improve upon.
Chris Lacy, developer of the launcher, has taken his application to a whole new level with the new version. Introduced to the beta testers a few months ago, some notable features were added. Along with the normal additions to the launcher like Shutters and Quickdrawer, version 2.0 brings 1-Swipe and Quickpage, explained in the video below.
In celebration of the release of version 2.0, the pro version is 50% in the Play Store (now only $1.99)! Previously, the app was only available for $3.99, so we’d say this is a pretty good deal. However, if you’d like to test it out before making the plunge, download the free version, here. For those of you who have already paid for Action Launcher, you’ll now need to download the free version and use the paid application as an unlock key.
If you haven’t had a chance to try Action Launcher for yourself, we definitely urge you to do so!
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