Microsoft Arrow, Redmond’s own Android Launcher, now available in the Play Store
The Arrow Launcher for Android, a Microsoft Garage project, is now available to download in the Play Store for free. Arrow isn’t just another AOSP launcher, but aims to bring all of your favorite applications and social networking to the forefront.
The more you use Arrow, the more it can learn from you, and thus providing you with a more enjoyable and seamless user interface. Microsoft wants you to let Arrow do all of the “heavy lifting” so that you can focus on the things that matter to you.
Arrow Launcher has three home pages in tow. The left screen offers a quick look at your contacts, the middle shows your most frequent and recently used apps, and the right screen is for Notes and Reminders. It basically takes the Android experience and simplifies down to just a few home pages, giving you no need to stammer around looking for apps or contacts. It’s all right on your home screen and can be accessed quickly and easily.
I’m going to be giving it a try this evening, that’s for sure. How about you?
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