Short Bytes : Microsoft has launched its Arrow Launcher for the Android community. It’s the private beta version of Microsoft Android launcher that is into the markets. The launcher is all about quickness, but lacks the customization features. Check for yourself.
One of the reasons for the popularity of the Android smartphones is the easy customization. You can choose from the variety of launchers that suits you best. But, no one expected a Microsoft Android launcher inside their Play Store. Microsoft has brought a private beta Arrow Launcher into the market that is already flooded with a number of Android Launchers. So, what’s new in Microsoft Android Launcher?
The Arrow Launcher presets three pages that will have People Page(contacts) as a first page, second one is the home page of the launcher which is an Apps Page comprising of recent and frequently used app section and the third and the last page is the Notes and Reminders Page.
So, overall the Arrow Launcher will provide you quickness at work, but lack of customization. You are restricted by the choice to add any of your favorite app to any page, and to even make any page your home page. The Microsoft android launcher includes a dock to pull your most frequent used apps from the bottom. And you would also like the daily Bing wallpaper if you happen to be a fan of those. The Arrow Launcher is Microsoft’s first Android Launcher. It definitely created some news, but the private beta version doesn’t seem to impress much. The Arrow launcher is good but hopefully, the next version of Microsoft android launcher will have something more exciting. If you want to try the beta version, you have to sign up at Microsoft’s Google+ community, orMicrosoft One Drive for download.