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[Download] If all you do is play games on your phone, you’ll love Samsung’s Gamebox Launcher

Most of us are familiar with the concept of launchers on Android. They all carry out the same primary function – give you access to all the apps installed on your device – while differentiating on other fronts. Some launchers put the focus on widgets, some put the focus on better organizing what you need, and some try to make your life easier by contextually adapting to your daily routine. But we’re not sure there has ever been a launcher that puts all the focus on your games, and Samsung has apparently stepped up to fill the void.

XDA forum member kcodya recently discovered Gamebox Launcher on Samsung’s Galaxy Apps store, and it looks like this is another experiment the company is working on, similar to Good Lock. Gamebox Launcher assumes that gaming is your primary smartphone use case and puts all the installed games on your device on the home screen as large tiles, which you can rearrange at your leisure. If you don’t have enough games installed to fill up the home screen, the launcher will put in a few suggestions. The EA Hub is integrated as well, and so are Samsung’s Game Tools and Game Tuner apps. You can even subscribe to YouTube channels and add them as a shortcut on the home screen, and quickly access the games section on Google Play to find new titles to download.

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