Nova Launcher Prime Now Available For Just $0.99 - 12/8/15

Android is successful for a reason, Google's OS offers you way more freedom as far as customizability and usability goes in comparison to pretty much every other mobile platform out there. So-called 'launchers' are a bit part of that, and Nova Launcher is one of the best known Android launchers out there. So, what are launchers? Well, those are the apps that you can find in the Google Play Store which will essentially offer you a different look of your home screen and app drawer, while adding a ton more functionality compared to most stock launchers available out there, though it all depends on which launcher are we talking about, because there are tons available out there.

That being said, we've mentioned Nova Launcher in the first paragraph for a reason, it is one of the most versatile and most popular launchers available for Android at the moment, and this app has been available for quite some time now. The app is actually free to use, but in order to be able to take advantage of all of its options, you need to purchase the 'Prime' version of the application. The regular price of this app is actually $5, but it is now available for $0.99 from the Google Play Store for those of you who are interested. The Prime version of the app will make all the gestures available for you, as well as provide for a number of more customizability options. You'll be able to turn on unread counts for certain apps, create custom drawer groups, hide apps you don't want to see in the app drawer, you'll have access to icon swipes and get more scroll effects.

Now, keep in mind that this is a limited time deal, and we really have no idea when will it end considering the developer didn't provide any info when it comes to this sale. Nova Launcher is just one of many great launchers in the Google Play Store, but also one of the most reliable ones. If you've been thinking about purchasing Nova Launcher Prime, this is the perfect time to do. In case you're interested, follow the source link down below.

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