L Launcher is a unique new interface that was developed by Google and called "The Materialist". As the name suggests, it's an experiment to combine many different widgets into one interface, making the Android user's life more cohesive. L Launcher can be used on any version of Android Kit Kat 4.2 or above. Apart from this experiment, Google has integrated several new features into the Android framework that make life much easier for users. Some of the most noteworthy changes in L Launcher are:
There is a new built-in widget engine in Android L Launcher that helps to manage multiple apps and their icons with a single click. The Engine widget allows the user to see the different apps that are installed on the device's home screen. This makes it easy to find apps by category or even search for apps that have been removed from the device. This application is very useful for people who use several apps on their phone at once, such as a photographer or a music player. There is also an option to switch between the quick settings and the built-in apps' quick navigation buttons.
The Android L Launcher has changed the way many users look at a mobile device. While it may still be in its experimental stage, there are already several positive things to say about this unique new design. Users can download and install an app without having to rely on third party developers and they can use their existing USB storage devices to load an app instead of the built-in apps' default storage. The introduction of the L Launcher makes Android devices more interesting and usable.