We have an update on Google’s upcoming Launcher, which is set to hit the Google Play Store on June 18th.
This update is currently being tested and will be officially announced in the coming days.
Google’s upcoming launcher has been the subject of a lot of speculation since its official announcement earlier this month.
We’ve heard from some of the company’s more knowledgeable sources that it will indeed include a new Google Now launcher, but it won’t be the Google Search app.
Instead, it will include Google Assistant and Google Cloud Print.
This brings us to Google Assistant.
It’s likely to be a major feature for the new launcher, though Google is expected to make a few minor tweaks to the interface before the new launch.
It’ll likely be a simple app that will work with the new Google app, but Google is working on a launcher that will look a little bit different.
The Google Assistant Launcher, if it comes to the Play Store, will likely have some of Google’s most useful features like the ability to send voice reminders, access a web browser, and read messages.
The launcher will likely include a home screen, as well, with a tabbed interface and multiple settings options to customize it.
If you’ve got a Google Home device, you can use Google Assistant to add it to your home screen.
This feature is currently not available on the Google Home app.
Google Home is already one of the most popular apps in the Google ecosystem, and it’s likely that this will be one of many features for the launcher.
We’ve heard some very interesting details about the Google Launcher’s design from the developers at Pixel and Pixel XL developer XDA.
The developers said that they’re looking into ways to make the launcher look different from the Google search app, and they’re working on ways to create a new app for the Google Now.
We’ll update you as soon as we know more.