Terrain provides its users quick access to three main areas i.e. App drawer, Sidebar and Search, either via their dedicated icons just above the dock or by simple swipe gestures which are left, right and up. Each one allows you to access an entirely different screen of Terrain. The first thing that you will notice when you launch Terrain is the absence of a traditional app drawer icon at the bottom of your home screen, which is, instead, placed to the right. There are two ways to access the app drawer. To open the app drawer, you can either tap on its icon, or from the right edge of the home screen, a swipe to the left opens up the app drawer with a separate screen for apps and widgets. From here, you can also launch Play Store, as well as hit search to find a specific item. The second major feature of Terrain is the Smart Search, a sort of a universal search system which can find almost anything you want quickly and easily, be it an app, a contact name, a location on Google Map, or an application or widget on Google Play. The search functionality works both online and offline, and I have to admit, it’s freaking fast too. The search suggestions start pouring in as soon as you begin typing.