Those of you looking forward to Mozilla’s Firefox Launcher on Android will be pleased to know this is just weeks away and this will come with an adaptive app search from EverythingMe. This means both Mozilla and EverythingMe, will be working together to add to the power of the contextual adaptive app search.
We can expect more details and updates once the development has finished, as the project prepares for a beta release. With no actual date pinpointed it is just a case of being patient as The Next Web explains that EverythingMe says a download be accessible within the coming weeks.
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An early version of the Firefox Launcher is discussed as this will allow group apps into categories, with the option to pin them for easy usage. They presume the search icon leads to EverythingMe and the microphone icon is expected to be the standard Google voice search on Android.
According to sources there seems to be an alarm clock app, while all the other apps look similar as Chrome is replaced by Firefox. From what is being said Mozilla feels this will make it easier for users to discover content quickly and this will be optimised in accordance to the way you use your mobile.
In addition, the customizable Web experience is regarded as intuitive and enjoyable, although without any specific features some may feel that this Android launcher might not stand out effectively from the countless other options out there.
With this in mind, do you think Mozilla will have some difficulty trying to get Android users to choose their launcher over the others available? Maybe the partnership with EverythingMe’s unique approach could be the ideal incentive to attract users.