As a fresh new take on the venerable Android home screen and app launcher, HomeUX has a lot to prove, as the more established names in the launcher game like Nova or Apex have cornered the market with ever-increasing polish and sophistication.
HomeUX offers Google's Material Design guidelines as a graphics concept, but that's not the only nice feature about it. It also promises a fresh take on the bread-and-butter functions of modern launchers, such as folder categorization and integration, or custom search. When it comes to folders, you can group and categorize everything, even widgets and shortcuts, into separate folders.
Speaking of widgets, the main homescreen panel can be customized, down to the type of font used in the date/time banner. Besides the clean and minimal interface take, which lets you navigate to folders with set pictures or colors, HomeUX also sports an abundance of swipe gestures, quick-access keys, and hidden apps option. Check it out from the source link below, if HomeUX has drawn your attention already.
|Developer: Dravite Ltd.||Download: Android|
|Category: Personalization||Price: Free|