Microsoft is working on an Android launcher called Arrow Launcher
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Microsoft has taken a surprising interest in Android of late with many recognized apps, as well as new apps, making their way onto the platform. Another app to join the new bucket of Microsoft apps to grace Android devices is Arrow Launcher, a new custom launcher that appears to be quite similar to Aviate in that tries to gather important information in the right places to make it easier for you. The three pages that make up Arrow Launcher are People, Apps, and Notes & Reminders – each is pretty self-explanatory, providing a quick and easy way to access things that you need on a daily basis.
Arrow Launcher also lacks customization at the moment, with no way to add custom icon packs – whether or not this will eventually be added isn’t known. The launcher is obviously in its infancy – officially, it is only in private beta which you can be invited to if you join this Google+ community. Alternatively, if you want to try out Arrow Launcher as it is now, or just don’t want to join the beta, Microsoft has also included the APK for you to try it out – download link is below:
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