Access your important stuff quicker with Nokia’s new Z Launcher [App of the Day]
Samsung is not the only hardware maker to debut a new launcher for Android this week. Indeed, Nokia has thrown their best effort at us, introducing its new Z Launcher app. Designed with the premises of helping users more quickly get to the important apps and “stuff”. How does it work? From the moment you install it and start moving about your device, it’s learning what you do. Toss in some gestures on the home screen and you’ve got instant, simple access to your apps.
Throughout the day, Z Launcher is learning how you use your phone and promoting your favorite apps so you can get to them faster.
Whether you’re texting a certain someone, trying not to search for apps in the car, or multi-tasking at the office, your screen changes based on your everyday life. The more you use it, the better it gets.
This one’s not yet available in the Google Play Store; interested parties can sign up for the limited beta directly through the website.
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