Microsoft’s Arrow Launcher for Android update brings new features to beta users

Microsoft today updated its Arrow Launcher app for Android. Arrow Launcher, for those unfamiliar, is Microsoft’s custom Android launcher that offers some neat features when compared to most of the stock Android launchers. The latest update for Arrow Launcher brings a couple of new features to users part of the app’s beta testing program. Some of the major new features include being able to add multiple widget cards to the Utility page, ability to lock hidden apps with a passcode, and more.

Here’s the changelog:

  • Utility page supports multiple widget cards; now you can add your favor news, music, weather cards in the utility page.
  • Calendar card and calendar page
  • Passcode support for hidden apps
  • Right swipe to go BACK for page navigation
  • Add feature page via overview mode
  • Store more apps within a folder
  • Auto download wallpaper thumbnail
  • Fix bugs and crash issues

If you are part of Arrow Launcher’s beta testing program, you can download the latest update here. If you aren’t part of the beta test but want to join it, you can do so here. 

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