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Microsoft Updates Arrow Launcher for Android (Beta) to v3.3

The latest update adds several new features to the custom Android launcher such as support for multiple widget cards on the utility page. It is only available to beta testers.


Back in March, Microsoft released Arrow Launcher 3.2 with blank apps pages, PDF support, and more. Now, the company has released an update for its custom launcher, which adds several new features and brings the version number to 3.3.

Thanks to the latest update, the utility page of now supports multiple widget cards. Beta testers of the app are now able to add their favorite music, news, and weather cards in the utility page.

In addition, Arrow Launcher v3.3 adds a new card and a new page. Users that are part of the app's beta testing now have access to a Calendar card and a Calendar page.

Here is the full 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

Arrow Launcher 2017 update “spree”

This latest update to the Arrow Launcher (beta) is one of the many has announced so far in 2017. The company is making sure that the custom Android launcher stays on top, providing users with an easy-to-use interface and performance enhancements.

Back in February, Microsoft released Arrow Launcher 3.0 with major UI changes and many new features. On March 15, the company added Android tablet support to the app.

To download Arrow Launcher, click here. If you want to be part of the app's beta testing program, check here.

Kostas Papanikolaou
Kostas Papanikolaou
Kostas is a former sports journalist and an amateur gamer. Combining his love for technology with his writing experience, he enjoys covering news about Microsoft. Being an artistic “soul”, he is also writing poems and short stories.

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