With Sprint Galaxy Nexus pre-orders selling out before its release on Sunday, that means there are more Android 4.0 users out there than ever before. If you’re currently rollin’ with ICS, you may find that the stock launcher is a bit… lacking. If you were looking for a little more customization out of your launcher, while keeping that stock ICS look, you might want to check out Nova Launcher from TeslaCoil Software.
One of the best launcher replacements for Android 4.0 devices, Nova Launcher was updated to version 1.1 today and includes a handful of brand new features:
- Custom app drawer tabs and folders (Prime)
- Vertical scroll in app drawer
- Configurable drawer transparency
- Bulk add to desktop or folder
- 1×1 widgets in dock
- Tablet optimizations (Dock, full screen app drawer)
- System shortcuts for app drawer (Works with AOKP Navbar)
- Activities shortcut
- Many optimizations and bug fixes
Nova Launcher can be found in both a free and $4 paid version, with bonus “extra” options for those with rooted devices. Give it a try and don’t forget to rate it in the Play Store. Link below.
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