Microsoft's Arrow Launcher gets more customization options in latest update

Microsoft's Arrow Launcher gets more customization options in latest update
Arrow Launcher, one of Microsoft's many popular Android applications, has just received a small update that brings a couple of new features that will allow users to further customize their phones. 

This isn't a major update, but it's nice to know that developers are trying to streamline and improve the application as often as possible. The first new feature mentioned in the changelog is the ability to customize the icon and name of individual apps. You can do that by long pressing on any app to change it.

Next in line, Microsoft added a brand new backup and restore feature, which will allow Arrow Launcher users to save their app layout and settings when they need to re-install the Android launcher.

A couple of wallpaper improvements have been included in the update too, so you'll notice even more wallpaper options, as well as the ability to resize them. Some resolution tweaks and loading optimizations have been implemented in the update, along with many bug and crash fixes.

Keep in mind that for the time being these new features are only available in the beta version, but they are likely to be released in the Google Play very soon.



source: Arrow Launcher via MSPoweruser

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