Nothing Launcher (Beta) is Now Available For All Devices With Android 11 Or Higher

The Nothing Launcher has over 10,000 downloads on Play Store.

Nothing, the company which entered the market with the launch of new true wireless earbuds called the Nothing Ear (1) last year. In 2022, the company is expected to launch the Nothing Phone (1) smartphone later this month. Ahead of the launch of the phone later this summer, the company releases the Nothing Launcher at the end of April.
For the first few days, the launcher was available only for the  Samsung Galaxy S21 series, Galaxy S22 series, Google Pixel 5 and Pixel 6 series devices. Today, the company has announced that the Nothing Launcher (Beta) is now available for a wider range of Android devices.

Nothing Launcher (Beta) Now Available for Android 11 Devices

The Nothing Launcher (Beta) is now available for download on all devices running on Android 11 and up. This means regardless of your phone brand, you will be able to download the launcher from Google Play Store as long as your device is running on Android 12 and up.

As for the new additions with the new update, the launcher is gaining a How to Set Up’ page when you open Launcher for the first time. Additionally, users will be able to easily change to the Nothing wallpaper with the pop-up box. The third addition comes in the form of the Dropbox link to download bonus wallpapers and ringtones that now sit in Launcher settings. Lastly, the Launcher app icon is now available on the home screen.

The app now comes in 5.9 Mb in size. As for the other features, the Nothing launcher offers dot-matrix design language, max icons and max folders. Along with these, you also get Bespoke Weather and Clock widgets. Furthermore, users can also enlarge app icons and folders. Lastly, the company has also confirmed that users with OnePlus devices will soon be able to install the launcher. As of today, the app has over 10,000 installs and an average rating of 3.3 on the Google Play Store.

The Nothing Phone (1) will be launched later this year and the specs for the same device were leaked a few days ago. Take a look at the specifications here.