Mobint, the dev team behind the original Holo Launcher (for Android 2.2+ devices), decided to jump into the Android 4.0+ launcher party recently with their latest entry in the Play Store – Holo Launcher HD.
Holo Launcher HD, like its older counterpart, gives your home screen the 4.x panache we've come to know and love, but is specifically modeled after Jelly Bean, and is only compatible with devices running 4.0 and above.
Besides providing a smooth Jelly Bean aesthetic, the launcher has plenty of customizable options, making it a competitive entry in the current fray of ICS/JB launchers. Users can add up to 9 home screen pages, each with icon grids up to 10x10, utilize a scrollable dock with up to 7 icons per page, use gestures to open apps (something that can't be said of Nova's free offering), and apply icon packs compatible with either ADW or Launcherpro, in addition to a handful of other handy features.
Users who opt for Holo Launcher Plus (which runs users a cool $3.99) can make use of even more features, including unlimited configurable app drawer tabs, unread counts for calls, SMS messages, and Gmail, additional gestures, and more.
Overall, Holo Launcher HD has the feature set to compete directly with popular launchers like Nova and Apex, so if you're looking for a Jelly Bean flavored home screen replacement, Holo Launcher HD should definitely be on your list of launchers to try out. Just hit the widget below to grab the download.