Microsoft Arrow Launcher gets support for tablets
Not long after the arrival of its predecessor that delivered a new utility page, Microsoft's popular Android launcher app moves on by receiving a new update. Microsoft Arrow Launcher 3.1 comes with a few new features as well, but probably its most important change is the introduction of support for Android tablets, something that its users have been asking since its introduction.
When compared to its predecessor, Microsoft Arrow Launcher 3.1 packs the following changes:
- more backup/restore options
- show/hide headers
- new Bing wallpapers
- horizontal layout for "all apps"
- carousel scrolling
- utility page options
- tablet support
This launcher requires at least Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich and has been rated by over 120,000 users so far on Google Play. Its current rating is 4.4 out of 5, with over 100,000 voters giving it 4 and 5 stars. The last update is dated March 14 and brings the app to version 184.108.40.206382.
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