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Microsoft Arrow Launcher for Android Finally Sees Daylight

Microsoft Arrow Launcher for Android Finally Sees Daylight on The Apps Depot Blog
Some say Microsoft isn’t a very strong contender to the well-known Internet giants when it comes to mobile software designing. However, it isn’t true when applid to new Arrow Launcher for mobile devices running Android OS. Back in July, the beta of the app was released for testing, and now its final version is available for everyone interested in the launcher.

Key Features

Sprawling on three pages, the Arrow Launcher provides users with a set of useful options.
They are as follows:
  • Quick access to the applications and settings one uses most as well as to the recent relevant files (the first page).
  • Fast message sharing with the people of one’s contact list with whom they communicate the most frequently (the second page).
  • A system of integrated reminders and immediate notes (the third page).
  • A pack of Bing HD wallpapers that change every day.
  • Smart customization and organization of the home screen - the app adjusts to your preferences and makes them relevant automatically.
Three Homescreen Pages of Arrow Launcher

Restrictions

In spite of the fact that any user from all over the world can install the launcher on their gadget for free, the user interface of the app doesn’t support multiple languages. The only two languages available are English and Chinese as of now.
Besides, one should know that the UI looks like in IOS 9 to a particular extent. It’s not a direct clone, but a rather similar version of it.
Though, there are loads of various launchers with different design features and functionality, but Microsoft’s creation offers more than the majority of them so let’s see whether the Arrow Launcher will win this rivalry.

Antonio Neri

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    Jellyfish 1 year ago

    Like the design of it - not too material, like the company does on Windows Phone, but more beautiful and soft than Google did. And, as for me, it's perfect addition for MIUI style.

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    PCprincipal 1 year ago

    Microsoft for Andoid? Its something new. I think it will be a worthy launcher. downloading P

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    bill_g 1 year ago

    Very nice interface! New, but probably the best launcher out of there! Finally, Microsoft pleasantly surprises!

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