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Android M Launcher 1.5 APK Free Download – Top Updates and Features

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The M Launcher can be installed on any Android device running on at least version 4.0 and it’s a Lollipop + Android M style launcher, meaning that it offers the launcher experience from these two versions. The latest 1.5 APK of Android M Launcher can be downloaded from the Google Play store, but to benefit from more features, we recommend you to try the “Prime” version.

The M Launcher offers over 5000 third party icon packs, awesome wallpapers and cloud-based wallpapers; it allows you to lock desktop and change launcher desktop and drawer grid size; it has a 4 UI Size Mode which allows you to easily change the icon size; there is a four drawer style (horizontal, vertical, vertical with category and list style) and 12 desktop and drawer transition effects.

In the Handy Sidebar you will find features like torch, toggle, cleaner, favorite applications, while the Powerful Drawer allows you to create folders, hide or sort applications etc. Also, there is a Quick A-Z bar, which will help you to locate applications more easily.

The users will have a Power Saver mode to extend the battery life, the Booster feature and the Switcher feature, to manage all the switchers in one place etc. Android M launcher offers many dock icon gestures, Unread Counts/Notifier for missed calls, unread mails, SMS, WhatsApp notifications and supports backups and restores etc.

The Prime version comes in addition with private folders; super folders; App Lock; More Unread Counts/Notifier; additional gestures, icon gestures, transition effects, a transparent StatusBar clone for Android 4.0-4.3 and it allows you to double tap to turn off screen or to triple tap to turn it on.

Android M Launcher 1.5 APK has only one change, it updated the “Vertical with category” Drawer style to Android M style.

All you need is to download the installation file from the Google Play store and tap on “Install”. If you’re downloading it from other websites, you must enable the Unknown Sources option from the device’s Settings.