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Niagara Launcher: This app simplifies your cluttered home screen

The app will replace the standard phone interface with a few of your most used apps.

, ET Bureau|
Oct 21, 2018, 05.00 AM IST
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The problem with many phones today is that their larger screens make them difficult to operate with one hand.

That's one of the issues that Niagara is aiming to solve. It's also meant for someone who doesn't like cluttered home screens.

Niagara Launcher

Niagara will replace the standard phone interface with a few of your most used apps and a long, alphabetically sorted list.

Even if your finger doesn't quite reach the corners of the device screen, you can still swipe through the alphabetical list smoothly.

Niagara Launcher

Try it out for a clean, minimalist interface that works well on most Android phone hardware.

The app is still unreleased and the developers are asking for help (criticisms, feedback and feature suggestions) on their Telegram Community and GitHub. Details for this are available on the app's page on the Google Play store.

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