Nokia Z Launcher Now Available on Play Store, in Beta Phase, With Scribbling Feature

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  • 18 Nov 2014
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  • After launching its Nokia N1 tablet today, the folks of Nokia also launched the Z Launcher for Android, now available in the Play Store as a free beta. It was initially rolled out for a limited number of users this summer and was supposed to reach 10k people first.


    Then it reached 100.000k somehow and Nokia stopped offering it. The Z Launcher changes the way you use your homescreens, by displaying apps that users are most likely to launch at certain times of the day. It also allows the users to find apps faster by scribbling app names anywhere on the screen. So, if you cross a T you’ll bring up Twitter and other apps that start with the letter. The Nokia Android launcher app has been updated over the past weeks and months, but this one is a big update.

    You can download it here and the pre beta phase is gone, now being replaced by simply beta. The new Z Launcher gives you faster speed, improved prediction, refined Scribble feature and rooted device support. The app algorithm now has more context, like WiFi networks incorporation and the whole Scribble thing means you can draw a letter on the screen to start a certain app, like “T” for Twitter.


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