Google has changed the app launcher icon used in Chrome OS in the latest developer channel update.
Are you a fan of the Chrome app launcher on Windows, Mac and Linux? Well, I hope you aren't as I've some bad news for you
The Chrome OS App Launcher icon is to be replaced with a plain white magnifying glass icon, a recent Chromium code commit reveals.
With the Chrome App Launcher available on all desktops, including Windows, you may want to hide the Chrome Apps button from the bookmarks bar in Chrome — but how?
The latest developer channel release of Google Chrome for Mac features some much needed improvements to the way 'Hosted Apps' run and integrate with OS X.
A revamped app launcher experience rolled out to Chrome OS dev channel users last week, giving many of you reading us ample time to give it a critical once over.
Smart Unlock and an all new, wider App Launcher are the highlights in the latest Chrome OS Dev Channel update rolling out to eligible users today.
New look 'folders' are coming to the Chrome app launcher on Windows, Linux and Chrome OS, giving the feature a more pronounced, Material Design look.
Confused as to why your App Launcher is now filled with apps you don't remember installing? Don't panic - it's a new feature.
While the biggest interface change, the experimental and super-minimal 'Athena' UI, isn't available to opt in to, other design experiments are, including an experimental App Launcher.
Looking for a faster, easier way to open your apps in Chrome? This 'Apps Launcher' extension adds a pop-up app grid to the Chrome toolbar for quick access.
Want to add the nifty Chrome App Launcher to your Linux desktop? In this guide we'll show you how, plus give a thorough overview of its various features.