How to individually resize Android phone icons

Learn how to individually resize icons with Nothing OS launcher, Nothing Launcher.

Android launchers allow you to fully customize your mobile device by changing the wallpaper, icon layout or style.

Thus, almost all current launchers allow you to customize your smartphone icons with free and paid packages, which you can find in the Google Play Store, but what you cannot do is change the size of each icon individually.

With Nothing Launcher you can change icon size individually

Well, that was so far, because then we will tell you how to individually change the size of the icons on your Android mobile phone.

So you can customize the size of both icons and folders on your home screen

The first thing you need to do to be able to individually resize the icons on your mobile home screen is to download and install the Nothing OS launcher, something you can do from the direct link to the Play Store that we leave you with at the end of this article, the Android version that will ship the first smartphone From the new Carl Pei, co-founder of OnePlus, Nothing Phone (1).

In this sense, it is worth noting that at the moment this launcher is only compatible with Samsung Galaxy S21, Galaxy S22, Google Pixel 5 and Pixel 6.

Once the Nothing OS launcher is installed, you can resize any icon or folder simply by long pressing it and clicking the button that appears on the left in the top bar, as you can see in the video we leave you on these lines. Once that’s done, the icon will automatically increase in size, although at the moment you won’t be able to choose what size you want the icon or folder to be, just choose between normal and large.

This new feature of Nothing Launcher will allow you to mark specific apps or folders so that it is easy for you to identify them in a jiffy and access them quickly and easily.

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