Nothing Launcher beta is released on the Playstore for selected Android devices Nothing launcher Nothing, the new venture founded by Carl Pei this year, has stated that it plans to launch its first smartphone in 2022. The Nothing Phone 1 does not have a release date yet, but we've seen our first glimpse at how it works when you take it out of the box. The Launcher, which had been available as a public beta since today, is now accessible from Google Play. You may use it on a limited number of Android phones; specifically the Samsung Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S22 series, as well as the Google Pixel 5 and newer. OnePlus assistance will be available soon. Nothing Launcher: The Nothing Launcher's initial screen is typical. You have four icons in the dock, a Google Search widget above them, and then two more icons above those. The default icon pack is Nothing, which converts icons into circles rather than squares. Nothing launcher look's like The default wallpaper, on the other hand, is highly questionable. When compared to the icons that are blurred out, it obscures them even more and makes the status bar nearly unreadable. You may change the wallpaper by long-pressing on a blank area of the home screen, going to Wallpaper & Style, and then selecting a new image. All it does is take you to Samsung's default wallpaper picker on my phone. There aren't that many options in the settings menu once you get there. You can choose to add new applications to the home screen automatically or turn on/off notification dots on icons. That's all there is to it. The app drawer is also rather basic and features a smooth gray background with icons with black text labels. There's a search bar at the top that only searches for applications and nothing else. There are a few intriguing widgets, including an analog clock, a digital clock, and weather information. Each one makes use of Nothing's "dots" or the company's black/red/white design. The widgets, on the other hand, don't offer any unique functionality. In the end, the Nothing Launcher is not very strong. Of course, this is simply a beta, so it will improve over time. If Nothing was attempting to knock people's socks off from the start, though, I'm sure that they'll be sorely disappointed. What do you think about this news? Let us know below. For the latest news in your hands Follow us on Google News.