Microsoft just released an awesome Android launcher

WHAT! WHAT!

Microsoft's Arrow Launcher is out today in Beta, creating for the Google-made software an environment in which quickness is key. While the app may be in a "private beta" for now, Microsoft has also released the APK to the public - no need to participate in the troubleshooting involved in a Beta if you do not want. Inside this launcher is a reorganization of efforts for the Android universe, making three screens the center of the software: apps, contacts, and reminders. From here you'll find yourself cramped in - in a good way.


In the center you'll have your apps. Helpfully at the top you'll find four of your most recently used apps, followed by a collection of frequently used apps. As with most launchers, you can also access your full collection of apps with an app drawer shortcut.

To the left you'll find contacts, listed as "People". Here you'll also find a shortcut to your dialer for phone use. All the way to the right you'll find Notes & Reminders.

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