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Smart Android Launcher Yahoo Aviate Gets Overhauled, Accused Of Being A “Google Now Clone”

Yahoo’s Aviate Android launcher, which the company acquired for $80 million in order to own a piece of the growing mobile ecosystem, as it doesn’t have its own mobile operating system or

Yahoo Aviate Can Now Search For Apps, Contacts And The Web – Without Launching A Browser

Aviate, the mobile homescreen application Yahoo acquired at the beginning of the year, has today received a notable update that will allow Android smartphone owners to search for contacts or apps in

Yahoo Releases Aviate Homescreen For Android To Organize Your Life

Yahoo has today launched a new smartphone UI experience called Aviate, which is available for Android phones (English speaking only). The idea is that the company can dip their toes in the mobile OS w

Sources: Yahoo Bought Aviate For $80M

Earlier this week, <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2014/01/07/yahoo-announces-that-it-has-acquired-intelligent-homescreen-startup-aviate/">Yahoo announced that it had acquired Aviate</a>, a start

Yahoo Girds Its Loins For The Battle Over Your Home Screen

The home screen as it stands cannot last. In reality, what we’re looking at is the end times for the traditional grid of icons that we’ve become so familiar with since the iPhone was introduced in

Yahoo Announces That It Has Acquired “Intelligent Homescreen” Startup Aviate

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer just made her first announcement onstage during her Consumer Electronics Show keynote — that the company has acquired Aviate, a startup that taps the apps on your smartphone

Aviate Reveals A Smartphone Interface That Adapts To You & Your Surroundings

Given <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2013/05/11/facebook-home-is-losing-steam-in-the-charts-fast/">the challenges faced by Facebook Home</a>, an Android homescreen replacement app which makes in

Highland Capital, Andreessen Horowitz & Others Put $1.8M Into Aviate, An Intelligent Homescreen For Android

Facebook is not the only company to invest in development of products that take better advantage of the Android homescreen. South Korean messaging app KakaoTalk also recently announced its intentions