Microsoft Arrow Launcher 3.4 now available

Microsoft Arrow Launcher Android app version 3.4 brings new features
Microsoft Arrow Launcher
The list of new features delivered by this new version of Microsoft's custom Android launcher app includes notes, home screen app shortcuts, as well as password protection for hidden apps and Android for Work support.
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At the end of last week, Microsoft updated the custom launcher for Android known as Arrow Launcher. The new version is labeled 3.4 and comes with quite a few new features, in addition to the bug fixes and performance improvements that come with every new refresh of this app.

These are the changes delivered by Microsoft Arrow Launcher 3.4, according to the app's Google Play store page: 

  • a new card that allows to jot down notes, featuring image support
  • password protection for hidden apps
  • the ability to create app shortcuts
  • Android for Work apps support

Microsoft Arrow Launcher has been released on May 10 and requires Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich or later. It has been installed by more than five million users and holds a rating of 4.5 out of 5 points after almost 158,000 user reviews.

This app comes from the creators of Next Lock Screen and is a Microsoft Garage product. Downloading and using it is free.


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Codrut Nistor, 2017-05-15 (Update: 2017-05-15)
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