Microsoft is rebranding its popular custom launcher app for Android to Microsoft Launcher from the familiarly known Arrow Launcher.
The rebrand is quickly visible by visiting the Google Play Store and even has a “preview” tag associated which suggests the company is still working behind the scenes on features it has advertised with the updated/associated app screenshots collection.
Along with all the other previous features, Microsoft Launcher is being given a much cleaner UI with some new icons and greater customisation over the look and feel of your device. You can choose to customize your wallpaper, theme and accent colors, icon packs, gestures and more. In the future, it could be possible to set an accent color for the header as well.
Another great feature to debut is the Continue on PC. With Continue on PC, Android users could just snap a pic on their phone and see it instantly on a Windows 10 PC or continue editing an Office 365 document by linking your phone with your Windows PC. This feature requires the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update debuts on October 17, 2017.
What do you think of the new name? Are you using Arrow Launcher on your Android smartphone? Do let us know in the comments below.