A few days ago Samsung introduced its new graphical interface, One UI, which was called to succeed Samsung Experience. We saw that there were great visual changes in the settings and in the color themes, with an aesthetic that vaguely reminded Windows Phone.
But in addition to that there are other developments, such as the Launcher that comes in this interface, an application that has now been filtered and that we can install on any Samsung Galaxy with the condition that you use at least Android 8.0 Oreo or a higher version.
More curves and new options
As expected, the design of this launcher is in line with the rest of the interface that Samsung will use in Android 9 Pie phones. We have rounded lines, elements that float on the interface, such as text boxes, and new icons on some occasions.
In addition, this launcher also brings some new features, such as the possibility of hiding applications if we do not want them to be visible to everyone.
Of course, at some point we have seen how it has given some forced closure and it is that as you can imagine it is not an official application that Samsung has released.
A simple installation
The way to use this new launcher is as simple as it is known. We simply have to download the APK from this link and install it on our mobile manually. Obviously we will have to give access to the application we use to download it (if we have not done it previously, of course).
When we open it for the first time we will be asked if we want it to be the default desktop replacement and depending on what we want we opt for one option or another.
How to install app APKs on Android 8.0 Oreo
We explain the system changes in Android 8.0 Oreo that have modified the way to install apks that are not from the Google Play Store.
We have done the tests on a Samsung Galaxy S7 and although the installation has worked perfectly it is true that it takes a while to be carried out so you do not have to get nervous if we see that it takes.