The developer behind the ever-popular Action Launcher — Chris Lacy — just announced the launcher’s latest app release. Along with general tweaks and improvements comes something genuinely useful: Android 10 gesture navigation support.
Until now, third-party app launchers had a difficult time working properly with Android 10’s new gestures. Now, that issue is a thing of the past — at least for Action Launcher users.
The update also introduces deeper integration with ActionDash, which is Lacy’s Digital Wellbeing alternative. This includes a new widget and the ability to easily pause individual app usage from the home screen.
A few other notable updates include Quicktheme live wallpaper support, Startpage search engine support, built-in app duplicating support, and the updated 2020 support badge and exclusive wallpapers. This update also fixes a bug causing Quicktheme functionality to cease when used with the Muzei live wallpaper app and an ActionDash notification bug.
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Action Launcher has been a staple in the Android customization community for several years, and now, the app gets even better with these new features and bug fixes. If you still have yet to try out Action Launcher, you should head over to the Google Play Store right now and give it a spin. Once you do, let us know what you think in the comments below.