Nothing has announced that its Nothing Launcher is now available on the Google Play Store for various Android devices.
The Nothing Launcher, which is still in beta, looks and feels a lot like the stock Android launcher. It comes with a single custom background and a set of conventional circular app icons.
The launcher includes two widgets, a clock, and a weather widget, for people who enjoy using them. Both are available with a clear or black backdrop and have the same dot matrix font as Nothing’s identity.
The launcher also has a function called “Max Icons and Max Folders,” which is quite useful. You may supersize any icon or programme folder on the home screen by pressing and holding it and then clicking a button. This increases the size of the icon or folder from 1×1 to 3×3.
According to nothing, the launcher will be accessible for the Samsung Galaxy S21 and S22 series, the Google Pixel 5, and the Google Pixel 6 series, with OnePlus support coming later, according to nothing. On a OnePlus 10 Pro, however, we were able to successfully install and operate the launcher.
The launcher can be downloaded from the link below. Teenage Engineering also has wallpapers and ringtones available for download. here.