Apex Launcher also includes a theme engine with many themes available on the Google Play Store and it also supports icon packs. [Price: Free] Microsoft’s Arrow Launcher had mixed reviews when it was first released, but it seems to have grown into one a really good Android launcher.The idea with Arrow Launcher is that you get a home screen to put your apps and such.From there, you have a variety of pre-set home screens that will show you things like frequent contacts, reminders (powered by Wunderlist), recent documents, and your frequent apps.
[Price: Free / $3.99] Apex Launcher has been around for a very long time and remains one of the most iconic Android launcher apps ever.
Like Action Launcher, it aims to give a stock Android look and feel with a few extra features thrown in for good measure.
Among those include the ability to alter things like transition animations, scrolling habits, and there is even a scrolling dock where you can lay plenty of icons.
Android launcher apps have long been an integral part of the Android experience.
If you don’t like the way your home screens look or act, you can simply download an app to change all of it.
There is no doubt that Android launcher apps have a far more diverse set of features than any other genre of application and you can really do some amazing things with these apps. As of 2015, Everything Me Launcher has closed its doors.We wish their team the best in their future endeavors![Price: Free / .99] Action Launcher has long been a favorite of our readers and it deserves a spot on this list.It comes with a stock Android kind of look but with several unique features baked in.Some of these include Quicktheme which uses your background to determine the theme accents, Covers which is a unique take on folders, Quickpage which is like a hidden home screen you can access almost anywhere, and plenty more.It has a long history of being stable with frequent updates.