Activity Launcher has gotten a tune-up for the spring, however, its greatest change might be the manner by which it profits. Version 40 of the Android launcher has presented an Action Search feature that looks crosswise over applications, contacts, settings, and the web, yet in addition, shows promotions at whatever point you look for something that isn’t on-gadget.
In the event that you need Action Search to question Google for web results, you need to both buy a one-time $7 Plus redesign and the once-a-year $5 Supporter Pack.
Engineer Chris Lacy didn’t mince words while clarifying why he’s utilizing this model: revenue is down. While the circumstance isn’t desperate, this could give a “supplementary” source of income that doesn’t depend on sneaky behavior or asking fans to pay for Supporter Packs. Software like Action Launcher needs a steady stream of money to “survive, improve and flourish,” Lacy said.
Regardless of whether you feel constrained to utilize Action Search, v40 includes another look, a possibility for vertical screen cushioning and native help for seeking through Bing and DuckDuckGo. You should need to overhaul in any case, at that point – simply be prepared for that enormous move in real life Launcher’s system.
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