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Microsoft Rolls out Arrow Launcher Update, Improves People Experience and More

Thanks to the latest Arrow Launcher update the app can handle users' contacts while offering an improved People and Search experience.


has rolled out yet another update, which brings the version number to 3.7. With the latest update to Microsoft's Android launcher, users get their hands on an improved People and Search experience.

In terms of features, the latest update for Arrow Launcher lets users choose between different actions for contacts on the People card on the home screen.

In addition, you can now let Arrow Launcher merge contacts and remove duplicate contacts from your phone.

The Android launcher does so intelligently and arranges your contacts for you in a jiffy.

This update brings several new other features. You can check the full changelog below:

  • People: Choose between multiple actions for contacts on the People card
  • People: Let Arrow handle the address book de-duping/merging
  • Search: Enable reorder local search results in Search
  • Settings: The Settings page is now re-organized for a cleaner look and feel
  • Account Sign In: New customers can sign in with a Microsoft Account in setup experience
  • Bug fixes on Status bar, Calendar, Search, Tablet, Hidden apps and Auto update

Arrow Launcher 2017 update “spree”

This new update to the Arrow Launcher (beta) is one of the many Microsoft 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, and in April 2017 Microsoft released version 3.3.

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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