Saturday, January 14, 2017

Microsoft Arrow latest update brings customization of icon and name of individual app.

Another Microsoft app for Android was updated today, introducing some nice and useful features. Microsoft Arrow is a beautiful launcher for Android and the default launcher on my S7 Edge. This launcher is smart enough to learn my habits and put the apps I use most within finger reach. The app itself, compared to other launchers, is simple enough to use and does not require much effort to setup.

Microsoft has updated Arrow with a bunch of new features, letting users customize the icon and name of individual apps. All that is needed is a press and hold on an app to change its name or assign another icon to it. A button in the edit mode has a link to Google store to download the icons packs.

Version 2.9.2 of Arrow Launcher also introduces and backup and restore feature to save your app layout and settings. This comes in handy in case you need to reinstall Arrow - just restore and Arrow is at it was before.

The update also includes the following:

  • Wallpaper enhancements - more wallpaper options, resizing, resolution tweaks, and loading optimizations.
  • Bug and crash fixes.
Microsoft Arrow for Android is available free in Google Play Store.

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