Microsoft's Arrow Launcher picks up a small update that adds Bing wallpapers
Google Play store does not seem to show the updated version, but it's probably on the way. Anyhow, let's take a look at the very short changelog that details the new features and improvements in the latest update.
The most important change is the addition of Bing wallpapers, which for some reason weren't available in the Microsoft app. Also, for those who haven't yet tried the Android launcher, the developers made the “apps mode” explanation much clearer and easier to understand.
Last but not least, a bunch of bugs have been squashed and some crashes reported by users have been addressed and hopefully won't affect the launcher anymore.
As mentioned earlier, Arrow Launcher 2.8 is available for download for free, so one more reason to give it a spin if you haven't done that already.
Keep in mind though that the Android launcher will only work on devices running Android 4.0.3 and newer, so make sure you meet the software requirements before getting it.