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Jon JonesProjects managed, chaos tamed, cats pet

What's the best Android launcher for tablets?

Hi all! I use a Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5, and I've yet to find a good Android launcher that works well on a tablet of that size that's also landscape orientation by default. I didn't care for Samsung's TouchWiz, and I'm currently using Smart Launcher Pro 3, but that's better-suited for phones. Any recommendations would be appreciated!
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    Seth CottleProduct Design at Capital One · Written
    I personally haven't used a launcher replacement since I threw Nova Launcher on old Sony Xperia tablet I had back in 2012/2013. It seems to really stay on the upbeat with new features and bringing in some of the great things we're starting to see from Google's Pixel Launcher (at least they are on their Beta channel of the application). It seems to have some great baked in functionality for tablets and I'm constantly seeing rave reviews on TeslaCoil's commitment to the launcher.
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    Kesava Mandiga14Curious cat. Writer. Explorer. · Written
    Nova Launcher is one of the most customizable launchers for Android, and it works well on any decide.
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    Nokia Z Launcher

    Android launcher developed by the Nokia team MS didn't buy

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    Kesava Mandiga14Curious cat. Writer. Explorer. · Written
    Made by Nokia, this works on every Android device. It's super fast, has some neat gesture features and works well on landscape mode.
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    Kesava Mandiga14Curious cat. Writer. Explorer. · Written
    Best known for its QuickDrawer (a side-sliding list of apps) that made launching apps super easy, Action Launcher has some unique features like Covers, Shutters and more that make it a must try. It works great on both phones and tablets.
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    Minal kewatiOS App Developer · Written
    Google Now Launcher the bit of software that welcomes you onto the phone, is in charge of the home screen, and does the behind-the-scenes launching of any apps. It's in charge of the layout of arguably the most important and frequently seen bits of the operating system, and as such is quite important.
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