Pixel Launcher P-4275643

  • Download Pixel Launcher with Assistant on search bar (as seen on Pixel 3) Shortly after the release of Android Pie for the Google Pixel series, we discovered that Google was testing a newer version of the Pixel Launcher on an unexpected device: the Android Studio emulator. While the Pixel Launcher found in Android P DP5 and the subsequent Android Pie releases lack a voice search shortcut in the search bar, the Android Studio emulator’s launcher had a Google Assistant shortcut on the search bar. Since we first discovered this updated launcher version, press renders for the Google Pixel 3 have shown this same Assistant shortcut on the search bar. Now, you can download the latest Pixel Launcher version with the same Google Assistant shortcut. Press renders for the Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 3 XL in the new fabric cases. Source: NieuweMobiel This updated Pixel Launcher was discovered by XDA Senior Member paphonb, a member of the team behind the Lawnchair launcher and the developer of the Rootless Pixel 2 Launcher. He had initially planned on releasing his modified version of the launcher ripped from the Android Studio emulator image, but some outstanding bugs and his university work caused a delay. Now, we can share the APK that has been ported to work on Android Oreo and Android Pie devices. Since the package name is unchanged, it should work with Google Feed but that also means you can’t install this APK on the Google Pixel 2 or Google Pixel 2 XL since the packages will conflict. Lastly, keep in mind that some features like the smart shortcuts in the app drawer won’t work on your Android Oreo device since the App Actions API was introduced in Android Pie.   Pixel Launcher version 9-4889482. For context, the latest version on the Google Pixel 2 is 9-4836503. We’ve had a lot of requests to release this APK, so here it is. We tested this APK on a Samsung Galaxy Note 9running Samsung Experience 9.5 based on Android 8.1 Oreo and a OnePlus 6 running OxygenOS 9.0 based on Android 9 Pie. Now that we also have the Google Pixel 3’s Live Wallpapers, you can enjoy the Pixel 3’s launcher experience ahead of the device’s launch on October 9th. Once the Pixel 3 launches, we’ll check to see if there are any new features that can be backported to older devices. I’m sure that paphonb and the many other developers of Pixel Launcher ports will quickly port the Pixel 3’s launcher after release.  
    • The description of Pixel Launcher Google Pixel Launcher apk is the home screen experience for Google Pixel XL and Pixel phones by. Just swipe and you will get personalized Google information. Without root and you can install Pixel Launcher Android on your phone. Key features:
      • Swipe right from your home screen to get personalized Google cards which show you news and personalized information.
      • Quick access to Google Search on your primary home screen.
      • Swipe up on the bottom Favorites row to find your apps from A-Z.
      • App Suggestions bring the app you’re looking for to the top of your A-Z list.
      • Long-press on apps that support shortcuts to jump right into where you need to go or long-press on the shortcuts to drag them to the home screen. 
      • Other Google Pixel Launcher features of note is the swipe up gesture to open the app drawer, a new weather widget, and long press on app icons for quick shortcuts. How to Download and Install Android O Pixel Launcher apk? Step 1 – Download Google Pixel Launcher apk in APKPure. Step 2 – Locate the APK you just downloaded, install it. Step 3 – If you are installing an APK directly for the first time, you would be notified to enable “Unknown Source” setting. If you don’t know how to enable, visit our FAQ page. Step 4 – After enabling, the app should install. You can open it by pressing your HOME button and then select the “Pixel Launcher” option. That’s it! You can now set Pixel Launcher as your default app and use it on your phone which runs Android Marshmallow, Lollipop, Kitkat, Nougat etc.
      • Google just released Android 9.0 Pie, but the Android community is already working its magic. Developer Quinny899 quickly ported the updated Pixel Launcherfrom the new build, so you can try it out on other phones right now. The only requirements here are that you’re running Marshmallow or higher with Unknown Sources enabled in Settings under Security, and that you don’t have any previous versions of the Pixel Launcher installed on your phone — even ports like Lawnchair (this means it won’t work on Pixel devices, obviously). Aside from that, installing the new Android Pie home screen app is incredibly easy, but I’ll cover the process in detail below just in case you need some help along the way. Step 1Download the APK First, tap the link below from your Android device to grab the ported Android Pie Pixel Launcher. From there, tap the Download complete notification (or open the APK file from any file browser), then press “Install” when prompted.
        • Download the ported Android Pie Pixel Launcher by Quinny899
          Note: If you get an “App Not Installed” error (or similar), it’s probably because you have an older version of the Pixel Launcher installed. Uninstall the older version from Settings –> Apps and try again. Step 2Set Your New Home Screen When the app finishes installing, go ahead and press your home button. At this point, you’ll be asked to select a launcher — pick “Pixel Launcher” from the list. If you’re using a Samsung phone, that’s all there is to it! For other phones, you may have to tap your home button one more time, then select Pixel Launcher again and choose “Always” to set it as your default home screen.   Step 3Enable Permissions Before you run off to try out your new launcher, you should take a second to give it the permissions it needs. On Pixel phones, it’s installed as a system app, so these permissions are granted by default. But since you installed this app yourself and it’s not programmed to ask for permissions otherwise, you’ll have to manually grant the permissions it needs. So head to the Apps or Applications menu in Settings, then scroll through the list and find the “Pixel Launcher” entry. Tap it, then scroll down and look for a “Permissions” option. Head in there, then toggle the switches next to “Location,” “Phone,” and “Storage.”   Step 4Try the New Pixel Launcher Now you’re all set to try your new home screen. Not much has changed since the last Pixel Launcher update with Android Oreo, but a few finishing touches have been added. Now, the dock background is a little less transparent than it was (no gradient!) and the bounce effects when scrolling are more pronounced. Additionally, the microphone icon now opens the Google Assistant. If you’ve never used the Pixel Launcher before, the noteworthy features are an app drawer that opens when you swipe up from the dock at the bottom of your home screen, as well as a Google search widget embedded at the bottom of the screen right next to your thumb. Unfortunately, the integrated Google Now page won’t work, as this feature requires you to install the Pixel Launcher as a system app, which itself requires root. However, you can access a few handy settings (like the ability to change icon shapes) by long-pressing any empty space on the home screen, then tapping the settings gear.  

Pixel Launcher is the home screen experience for the Pixel and Pixel XL phones by Google. Personalized information from Google is just a swipe away.

Key features:
• Swipe right from your home screen to see personalized Google cards that bring you news and personalized information, at just the right time.
• Quick access to Google Search on your primary home screen.
• Swipe up on the bottom Favorites row to find your apps from A-Z.
• App Suggestions bring the app you’re looking for to the top of your A-Z list.
• Long-press on apps that support shortcuts to jump right into where you need to go or long-press on the shortcuts to drag them to the home screen.

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