One of the most useful features of the Pixel Launcher is accessing the Google Discover page. Originally available only to Google's launcher, this feature forced users to abandon adapting apps like Action Launcher if they wanted quick access to relevant news and updates. Fortunately, this is no longer the case.
Formerly known as Google Feed and more commonly referred to as Google Now, Google Discover is an additional home page in your launcher. This page is at the far left, giving users easy access to Google features such as articles they might be interested in, weather, and more. Its tabs contain even more tools, including easy access to other personal information, such as flight information and upcoming events.
Action Launcher is a handful of third-party apps that incorporate the integration of this feature. It's an experimental setting, so it can have more errors than other Action Launcher features. However, do not be deterred from using this feature because I found no problems in my tests.
How to Avoid Problems Start the plugin with an update to the latest version of Action Launcher. While you may be getting along with an older version of the app, with the latest version you can be sure that the plugin will work. Download the latest stable version from the Play Store via the following link, or read on to find out how to sign up for the beta program.
If you want to test the latest features, install the beta version. To use the beta, scroll down the Action Launcher main page in the Play Store until you see a section titled "Becoming a beta tester". Select "Join Now" and select "Join" at the prompt.
After accepting (this may take one hour), the section at the bottom of the page changes Action Launcher's Play Store page on "You're a beta tester" and a green banner appears below the "Uninstall" and "Open" button with the message "You're a beta" Tester for this app. Excellent! "If you've already installed Action Launcher, make sure you accept any pending updates to the app.