From my initial look's conclusion:
My takeaways then, after (admittedly only) a day with Launcher 10:
- For anyone who's addicted to the Windows Phone/Windows 10 Mobile Start screen, then this utility provides a good, though not perfect, way to get the same home UI on Android. But at least you can get the phone interface more familiar than when thrust straight into Android's homescreen layouts.
- If you do go down this route then factor in the £5 purchase, as you will need the premium 'live tiles', even though many applications don't support this functionality - it's worth it for the apps that do.
Here are updated screenshots from the new version:
Comments welcome! I think I'll need to set up a spare Android phone here again with this software and see how I get on as 2020 rolls on, as the urgency of finding a supported phone platform increases.
You can find Launcher 10 here in the Google Play Store for most Android devices. Is it enough, for you, to make you feel at home on Android? Comments welcome!