Nothing Launcher now available for Android 11+

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The Nothing Launcher is a new launcher for Android that is designed to be as minimalistic as possible. It was unveiled last month and was initially only compatible with a limited number of devices, including some Pixel devices, some OnePlus devices, and the Samsung Galaxy S21 and S22 series. However, it appears that the launcher is now compatible with all Android smartphones running Android 11 or higher.

The Nothing Launcher offers a variety of features that are sure to appeal to users.

  • Its “Max Icons and Folders” let you see some truly interesting visuals and animations. These two capabilities let users to expand individual apps or app folders by tapping and holding.
  • Dot-matrix-style clock and weather widgets can also be found in the app.
  • In addition, the launcher features a custom wallpaper, a link to download more wallpapers, and three ringtones.

If you’ve never heard of Carl Pei’s Nothing, he was a co-founder of OnePlus. Tony Fadell (the inventor of the iPod), Twitch co-founder Kevin Lin, Reddit CEO Steve Huffman, and others were among its early backers.

The company’s first product, the ear, would be released less than a year after its founding (1). The earphones were made in collaboration with Teenage Engineering and featured a novel design, although they were otherwise unremarkable. The company’s direction and preferred design aesthetic were revealed through this product, despite its otherwise unremarkable nature.

Although it isn’t clear what kind of phone Nothing will make, the company has purchased the Essential brand and its trademarks from Andy Rubin. This suggests that the phone will be a high-quality product, similar to the Essential PH-1. The release date for the phone is summer 2022.