Microsoft Launcher starts rolling out to all users on Android

Microsoft launched its new Microsoft Launcher as a beta just last week. The company’s new Microsoft Launcher is just a rebranded version of its popular Arrow Launcher app, and it’s now rolling to all users. Along with the preview release of Microsoft Edge for Android, Microsoft is today bringing the new Microsoft Launcher to all users today.

If you have been using the Arrow Launcher app on your Android smartphone in the past, you will automatically receive the new Microsoft Launcher through the Google Play Store. The new Microsoft Launcher includes a refreshed design inspired by the company’s new Fluent Design system, along with a new Continue on PC feature that lets you transfer links and pictures from your phone to your Windows 10 PC. The new Microsoft Launcher is much better from the old Arrow Launcher, especially now that the design of the app looks a lot similar to some of the modern parts of Windows 10.

You can get the Microsoft Launcher on your Android phone here.

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