Microsoft's popular Android launcher is highly updated with new design and name

Microsoft | Oct 13, 2017 | Master3395

Microsoft is capable of delivering software for Android and iOS. Among the Android apps may be the "launcher" Arrow our favorite. Now it will be new. Microsoft Launcher In a new update, the app has renamed "Microsoft Launcher", which may provide a description of what the app actually is offering, "As the next step in our journey, we are thrilled to announce that the Arrow Launcher is now Microsoft Launcher. Not only has the product been renamed, we have also added many new features that represent our goal of delivering the best productivity / personal / custom experience for everyone with an Android device, "writes Microsoft developer Erza Park at the official forum to Microsoft Launcher. Windows 10 similarities In addition to new app name, the app has also received a larger design overhaul with something we think is a more transparent and clean interface. The new "Continue on PC" feature is also in place so that you can open a link or image on your phone on a Windows 10 PC. Which Android launcher do you prefer?

Keywords: android, app, microsoft

Sources: MSPoweruser

Author: Master3395


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