According to the latest developments, the developers of the Pixel launcher have released a new Pixel Launcher Editor that allows the users to customize the Pixel Launcher on their Google Pixel 5.
Customization is one word that has been associated with Android ever since it was launched. Pixel Launcher Editor allows the users to customize the stock launcher on the Google Pixel range of devices.
This tool for the Pixel Launcher was created by XDA Senior Member eg1122. Besides, it is already available for Pixel devices like Pixel 3/3 XL, Pixel 3a/3a XL, Pixel 4/4 XL, and the Pixel 4a.
And now, it is available for the recently launched Google Pixel 5. This is quite amazing since the device has been recently released, and the developers have released this tool for the latest flagship.
For the unaware, this Pixel Launcher Editor would give users the option to customize the stock launcher on Google Pixel 5. Essentially, it will enable users to create a new theme altogether.
However, note that you need to have one more thing in order to apply the creative theme. And that is Substratum. Those who are into smartphone customization would be familiar with Substratum.
Pixel Launcher Editor offers a variety of settings and color options for Google Pixel 5
There are a bunch of features that this new mod brings to the table for the Pixel Launcher on Google Pixel 5. You can make use of this editor to change the app grid layout (4×5 to 7×8).
Besides, the users can remove the 3 button navigation bar. Some of the other features include add up to 11 icons in the dock, change text size, hide 'At a Glance' widget, change app drawer text color & background, change app icon size, and much more.
There are many other features that this new Pixel Launcher Editor for the Google Pixel 5 Pixel Launcher brings in. For more details, you can head over to XDA.
Using all these features and mod options, you can create n number of themes. You can apply all these settings and various color options to create a wide variety of themes for Google Pixel 5.
There is one important thing that users should keep in mind. Since Pixel Launcher Editor makes use of Magisk and Substratum, you need to have root access on your device.
Yes, you need to have a rooted Google Pixel 5 in order for this editor to work. There are several sources which you can follow and gain root access. Just make sure to take a complete backup of the data on your phone.