APUS Launcher

APUS Launcher

Google’s Android is the world’s most popular mobile operating system and there is a reason for this. This operating system comes with very innovative memory management, regular updates, excellent support, and an intuitive interface and there are tons of applications that run on it. No wonder then that you can find Android on tablets, smartphones and sometimes even on personal computers.

Yet despite the near perfection of Android, some companies try to present a better interface for this OS via third party apps. APUS Launcher is one such app – it removes the regular Android interface and then adds a new one that supposedly works better.

The installation of this app is nothing special as APUS Launcher is small-sized. It will take you less than a minute to download it and then get it installed on your Android device. When you run it, you will discover that the Android interface has changed and that APUS Launcher has combined your apps in various categories making it easier for you to find what app you need and reducing clutter on your desktop. You also get fewer screens to choose from. The interface as a whole looks like a modified Android version and in some way it is as if this app runs on top of Android. APUS Launcher looks classy and stylish and chances are you will like it. Of course if you are not satisfied, you can always uninstall this application.

There isn’t much else to say about APUS Launcher except that it is a free app and that it can be downloaded on Google Play. You can take a look at it here.

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