Action Launcher, one of the many very popular and competent Android launchers that is out here, has been updated to version 29, and with this update, it brings a series of new features and upgrades (alongside the usual slew of bug fixes and improvements).

The first of these changes is the addition of the dock-style search bar that Google showcased in the new Pixel 2 Launcher at their #MadeByGoogle hardware event earlier this week. It's a feature that caught many eyes at the event and has left many people desiring a similar, Pixel-esque experience on their own devices. Lovers of this feature will also be happy to hear that in a typical Action Launcher fashion, the search bar is fully customisable. That's right; using Action Launcher's quickbar editor, you can easily manipulate and customise every single aspect of that dock that you could possibly think of. It's a great way to truly make your launcher look unique, and yours.

Aside from that, there have been a series of enhancements and improvements to the Quickbar – including but not limited to the ability to use the "G" style Google logos and customize the search box's corner radius – allowing you to get that round look from the new Pixel 2 XL, if you're an adamant follower of the Cult of Pixel. Other than that, you can expect a number of bug fixes and improved launcher stability. Furthermore, they recently added full Google Now integration, backwards compatible Adaptive Icon pack support, notification dots and an improved weather widget.

What do you guys think? Will you be installing this on your device? Does this sate your Pixel cravings? Let us know by dropping a comment below, or post over in the forums with your thoughts.