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Microsoft gets Android launcher Arrow beta
Microsoft has removed the beta stamp of its Android app launcher Arrow and made available to everyone through the Google Play Store. The launcher must include with faster access to frequently used apps, not just those of Microsoft.
Last summer, Microsoft began a testing program for the Arrow Launcher and Wednesday, the company released the app out publicly. The launcher puts an extra layer over Android and displays different pages, each with its own function.
Thus there is a page with a lot of apps on the smartphone are used, there is a contact page that is focused on messaging, another window will show the recently used apps and there are optional pages for widgets and notes. Users can rearrange the windows at its discretion, omit and set as the default screen. Below is a dock to call with toggles and shortcuts.
Microsoft seems his own apps not to give priority to Arrow, but Bing’s integration with optional daily wallpaper using the service is set. The app is free but for now only available in English and Chinese.Viewing:-136
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