Jolla’s Sailfish OS Launcher for Android to arrive next week

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Jolla officially announced that there Sailfish OS Launcher for Android now called Jolla Launcher will arrive next week through Alpha Testing for Nexus 4, Nexus 5 and other devices running Android 4.3 or later.

According to Jolla, The Jolla Launcher is designed to give Android device owners the opportunity to try out the smooth Sailfish OS experience in a simple and risk-free way. As a launcher, it is designed to work on top of your Android OS, providing you the effortless gesture-based swipe user interface and highlights of the essential tools that make Sailfish OS stand out from the competition

Jolla is now looking for Alpha Tester to test the Jolla Launcher on their Android Devices. If you’re interested to join, this is what you should do:
1.Send an email to jolla-launcher@jolla.com from your Google account
2.Include the following information: your name, and which device(s) your using
3.Wait to receive the Google Play installation link and further instructions

Note that your email address is only used for the purposes of i) registering you to the Community Alpha, ii) keeping you informed of the progress of the testing. We will remove the email address from our database after the end of the Community Alpha.

Please do this no later than June 27, 2014.

Requirements for signing up:
•You have a Nexus 4 (or 5) device, or some other device which runs Android 4.3 or later
•You have a Google account
•You’re willing to give feedback and report issues via together.jolla.com

Jolla Launcher is planned to go to the next phase after some thorough testing and possible tweaking, after which we will launch it to wider audiences. Stay tuned for further announcements!

Are you excited to test the Jolla Launcher on your Android Phone? Tell us in the comments below!

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