marshmallow-launcher Google finally announced the name to its upcoming mobile operating system a couple of days back. Android 6.0 will officially be dubbed ‘Marshmallow‘, and the developer preview is available to download for developers with Nexus phones. If you don’t have a Nexus phone, you’ll be glad to know you can still get a small taster of what it’s like to use Marshmallow by downloading the Google Now Launcher used in the latest beta software.

The Google Now Launcher from M Preview 3 is now available to download from APK Mirror. If you have the right settings enabled on your phone to download apps from any source, you’ll be able to simply click on the link and download it directly to your Android phone. It’s compatible with phones running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean or later and weighs in at just 14.5MB. Once downloaded you’ll not only get the latest launcher, but also get access to all those beautiful new wallpapers in Android Marshmallow.

Download Google Now Launcher 1.2.large here.


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