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Android Nougat 7.0 Might Redesigned Launcher For Nexus Devices, To Drop App Drawer

Google is now rumored to officially reveal the Android Nougat 7.0 update on August 5. Along With That, Google is also considerably working on 2 brand new exclusive Nexus devicesmanufactured by HTC : Named Marlin & Sailfish. Uptil Now, We've come across leaked features and renders of the devices & Now, the latest leak says that the latest Nexus smartphones will feature a redesigned Google Now launcher. The launcher would also be available later via Google Play Store.

The Website Android Police got their hands-on a GIF which reveals the redesigned interface of the Google Now Launcher. Several changes & improvements include a Google Now pane, Search widget and most importantly – dropping support for the app drawer. Swiping to the right from the home screen, brings up Google Now interface, whereas swiping upwards from bottom shows the list of all the installed apps on your device. The App Dock also displays blur effects, very similar to iOS.
The website also reveals that Google will be removing the Search box from the home screen & will be replacing it with a non-removable calendar widget on the top right. Also, there will be a small ‘G’ tab on the top left corner, tapping on that will bring up the Search box. While the changes might not favor some people but still these all improvements and some additions are looking great! It would be very interesting to get hands on it. Moreover, Now on Tap feature; Google Assistant, which might come pre-built into the Now pane.

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Furthermore, what appears to be official wallpapers from the upcoming Nexus devices have also been surfaced. There are about 15-16 wallpapers, which you can download them by clicking here from the source. At this moment, there is no word on when Google is planning to unveil these new Nexus devices, but looking that number of leaks that are just increasing, the launch might not be far off.

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