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Android 10 Launcher | Download Pixel Launcher for Android Phones

You can now download Android 10 Launcher APK for Android devices. This latest Pixel Launcher APK has been directly pulled from the latest Android 10 release for Google Pixel phones. Google is still working on the next iteration of their mobile platform, but the updates have already started trickling down to Google Pixel phones in the form of Features Drop updates. The latest March 2020 security update brings several features from the Pixel 4 series to older models.

Pixel Launcher was previously known as the Google Now Launcher, but a couple of years back with the launch of the very first Google Pixel phone – this launcher changed into the Pixel Launcher. Google brought in new features which were exclusive to the Pixel lineup only. However, several ports are available online which allow you to run this launcher on other Android phones too.

Android 10 Launcher

Android 10 Launcher APK

This Android 10 Launcher APK can be directly installed on any Android phone or tablet. A lot of third-part launcher apps have already incorporated the new Android 10 features into their homescreen apps or launchers. But some of us like to only use stock apps. So for such people, we bring the Android 10 Launcher APK. Apart from this, we have also previously covered the all new Android 10 wallpapers, latest ringtones and even a screenshots tour for those who haven’t yet seen the upcoming Android version.

In our tests, this latest Android 10 Launcher works on all the Google Pixel phones, Moto phones and even on the Nokia (Android One) phones. You test it out on more Android devices and let us know below in the comments if it works for you or not.

Since Android 11 is also just around the corner, you can expect even more features, new options and improvements to this Pixel Launcher with the release. We will update this article with the new link soon!

Download Android 10 Pixel Launcher

You can download the latest available version of the Android 10 Launcher from the following link:

File: Android-Q-Pixel-Launcher.apk
Size: 10.19 MB

NOTE: If the download fails for any reason, leave a comment below and we will upload the APK file to another mirror website.

After you download it, install it like any other APK. If you are installing this APK file for the very first time, you will have to allow “Install from Unknown Sources” option in Settings. Continue reading below on instructions on how to install an APK manually on your phone.

How to Install Android 10 Launcher

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Here are the steps you need to follow to install this launcher on your phone or tablet:

Step 1 – Download Android 10 Launcher APK:

File:Android-Q-Pixel-Launcher.apk
Size: 10.19 MB

Step 2 – Locate the APK you just downloaded and open it to install it.

Step 3 – If you are installing an APK directly for the very first time, you would be notified to enable “Unknown Source” setting. If not sure about this, see link below on where to find this setting.

Step 4 – After enabling, the app should install. You can open it by pressing your HOME button and then select the “Pixel Launcher” option.

That’s it! You can now set the Android 10 / Pixel Launcher as your default app and use it on your Android phone running Android Oreo / Pie.

If this instructions / guide was not clear enough or you are stuck somewhere, you can read our complete guide on how to install APK files on your Android device here: How to Install Android APK Files Manually.

How To Enable Google Assistant / Google Now in Pixel Launcher

To get Google Assistant / Google Now working on your phone, you need to install this app as a system app on your Android phone / tablet. How to do that? There are several ways to do it. Easiest method is to move the app APK directly to \system\apps directory with a rooted phone.

We have a detailed tutorial here that you might want to check out: How to Install App as System App on Android.

About the author

Haris Nadeem

He lives on everything Android; has countless devices, apps and games to play with everyday. Currently serving as the Chief Editor at Team Android.

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