Microsoft Launcher



The official Microsoft launcher for Android devices


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Microsoft Arrow Launcher is a launcher app developed by Microsoft with an elegant and practical interface. It doesn't have any fancy new features, but still offers everything an Android user would want in a tool like this.

Microsoft Arrow Launcher is divided into three screens. In the middle (also your default screen) you'll find a whole list of both the apps you use most frequently and those you've used recently. You can also swipe up from the bottom of the screen to see a list of all your apps (with a search bar included).

The screen on the left of the home screen contains the people you contact the most. From there, you can also send emails and messages or call these contacts.

On the screen on the right, you'll find the upcoming events in your agenda and the alarm. So, you just have to slide your finger to see any upcoming alarms, birthdays, or meetings.

Microsoft Arrow Launcher is an excellent launcher for Android that has some really useful features and a beautiful interface. If fact, you can even choose in the options to update the wallpaper daily to Bing's image of the day.
By Erika Okumura
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It's already been a whole year since Microsoft completely revamped their official Android launcher, adding tools to integrate and sync functions from Windows 10 on our smartphones. Even so, it wasn't until now that the Microsoft Launcher finally made it out of its beta phase, adding one of its latest new features: a timeline showing the activity on all the devices associated with your Microsoft account. 
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Microsoft completely revamps its Android launcher

Since its release in 2015, the Microsoft Arrow Launcher has offered a peculiar approach by Bill Gates's company to the Android ecosystem that – beyond boasting an elegant look and setting Bing as your preset search engine – didn't really do much else. After all this time, they've finally decided to do a full revamp, trimming the name down to just Microsoft Launcher and adding an array of new options that unify the mobile experience with the one on your Windows 10 desktop.
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Requires Android 4.0.3 or higher

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