Lawnchair 2

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About this app

Lawnchair 2 introduces powerful new features—from Drawer Categories to integration with Android Recents and contextual data in At a Glance.

Key Features
— Support for Adaptive Icons.
— Flexible Desktop, Dock, and Drawer.
— Drawer Categories (Tabs & Folders).
— Integration with Android Recents.¹
— Automatic Dark Mode.
— Contextual data in At a Glance.
— Notification Dots.
— Integration with Google Feed and Homefeeder.²

Get Support

1. Requires QuickSwitch ( Works on Android 9.
2. Requires Lawnfeed ( and Homefeeder ( respectively.

Note: this release doesn’t officially support Android 10.

Lawnchair 2 uses the Device Administrator permission to lock the screen when a selected gesture is detected. This is optional and disabled by default.
Updated on
Dec 4, 2019

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Ratings and reviews

36K reviews
Sam Torres
May 31, 2023
I like this launcher a lot, and have for a long time. I would like to make a complaint/suggestion - when swiping up from very bottom of homescreen to get to recent apps screen, there is significant delay for the animation to begin. Other launchers have gesture feature to double tap home screen to get to recent apps, this shortcut is missing from Lawnchair. If it is possible to fix the actual delay issue, that would be even better. It seems to be a problem across all applicable launchers
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August 5, 2020
Clean and fast launcher. Allows for good customization options such as icon shapes, gestures, and many others. My only major gripe is that you can't set pages as the home page or rearrange them as far as I can tell. The "Rearrange pages" view only allows you to delete them, unless I'm missing something. I also can't find a way to change the color of notification dots, so if I have a dark background, and an app inside a folder has a notification it will be hard to notice.
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A Google user
March 16, 2020
One bug so it better than One UI 2.0. Favorite feature is that I can have an icon for a folder and then gently swipe up to access the contents of that folder. The bug? For some reason, the lock function is constantly engaging. I'll be able to move icons around but then after a while, I'm unable to do so. To fix it, I go into the settings, turn on lock, turn off lock, and all works as expected. Very strange.
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What's new

— Ability to place a Search Bar widget anywhere on the Desktop.
— Bug fixes and other improvements.