When it comes to creating apps, Android users love their custom built tools and apps.
They’ve been using them for years to customize their phones, and they’re usually good to go.
But now, with Android 4.4 KitKat, Google has updated its default app launcher to make it easier to install and update apps, which means users have the ability to install multiple versions of the same app.
Now users can select the version of the app they want to install on their phone, then choose whether to install the latest version, update the app or remove it altogether.
With Android 4, Google also added a new setting to its Settings app that allows users to install custom launchers, including a launcher for Android Wear devices.
Google has also added support for the Google+ app, which is used by developers to host social media and other sharing functions.
The new Android 4 settings make it easy to create custom launchers on Android phones, so that users can customize and share apps on their phones with ease.
It’s also a nice change from the old Google launcher where the only way to install apps was to have to manually install apps from the Play Store.