Microsoft Arrow Launcher 3.0 now available

Microsoft Arrow Launcher 3.0 Android launcher app now available
Microsoft Arrow Launcher 3.0
The new version of this Android launcher is 20 percent more efficient when loading animations and pages, also using 15 percent less battery power. At last, it also comes with additional wallpapers to choose from and is easier to customize.
Codrut Nistor,

Microsoft has just updated its launcher app for Android, bringing its version number to 3.0. Packing a new central hub that brings together many useful functions, Arrow Launcher 3.0 also provides increased efficiency when compared to the previous versions.

The highlights of Arrow Launcher 3.0 include the following:

  • a central hub that displays each productivity function as a compact Arrow card
  • an extensive wallpaper collection
  • support for horizontal and vertical page scrolling
  • apps can be renamed or hidden, and their logos changed or resized
  • new backup/restore feature
  • search activated by swiping down from any screen

According to Microsoft's James Hsu, "Arrow’s mission is to continue our relentless focus to be the best productivity-based launcher in the market." He also says that this new version is "leaner, faster and more battery-efficient than ever." Microsoft Arrow Launcher 3.0 can launch apps 10 percent faster, is 20 percent more memory efficient when loading animations and pages, but it also comes with 15 percent increased power efficiency.


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Codrut Nistor, 2017-03- 1 (Update: 2017-03- 1)
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