Arrow Launcher gets Android for Work apps support, improved search function
Microsoft recently released a new beta version of its Arrow Launcher for Android devices, which brings a couple of new features and improvements on board. The most important one seems to be Android for Work apps support, which is not yet available to those who use the stable version of Arrow Launcher.
If you participate in the beta program, then you can definitely try Android for Work apps support, as well as the new features implemented by the developers in the latest update.
So, in the latest version of Arrow Launcher beta, users can create app shortcuts. Also, the password protection option for hidden apps has been enhanced so that it's more secure than even.
In addition, the search function was improved so that it includes voice and QR codes. There's also a new “Notes” card that allows Arrow Launcher users to quickly take notes. It's worth pointing out that the new card features image support as well.
As expected, Microsoft implemented some bug fixes and performance enhancements in the update so that beta testers will notice some improvements in that area, too.