Chameleon Launcher made quite a name for itself after it completed a very successful Kickstarter campaign. The honeymoon appeared to be over once the widget-based launcher for tablets released for $10 in Google Play. Not only was the priced considered to be too high, but the community also criticized Chameleon Launcher for its bugs and general lack of widgets. However, that’s not stopping the developers from diverting a portion of its attention to developing and testing a smartphone version of Chameleon Launcher.
At the end of November, the Chameleon Launcher team put out a call for 25 persons who would be willing to test an alpha and beta version of its smartphone software. They were specifically looking for testers that owned some of the more recent and powerful Android phones such as the Samsung Galaxy Note II, Nexus 4, HTC One X+ and Motorola Razr Maxx HD.
The 25 testers have already been selected, and they’ve been required to sign non-disclosure agreements to prevent them from talking about the app publicly. At this time, there’s no word on when we can expect Chameleon Launcher to arrive on smartphones.
Source [Chameleon Launcher]