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Microsoft Launcher for Android updated with new customisation options

Microsoft Launcher (Formerly known as Arrow Launcher) ia now getting a new update. The new update is being rolled to (as expected) Android OS.

This update is now live in the Google Play Store. The updated version of app goes to v4.3 after this update. The update is minor one and brings some customisation changes to the app. In terms of changes , the app gets  new home app grid that lets you have 12 tows and 12 columns. On the welcome page, the Microsoft Launcher now gives you ab option to import data from other launchers.

Changelog:

  • Home App Grid – Now you can create a grid with up to 12 columns and 12 rows, you can move apps and widgets to half of the grid cells.
  • New user experience – On the welcome page, you can import the layout from another launcher or restore a Microsoft Launcher backup.
  • Home – redesign fonts for fonts used for apps and folders names, changed the shape and look of folders on home, the dock supports more than 5 apps, a search bar that can also be placed down to default.
  • Settings Enhancements – the chosen theme is also applied to settings, redesigning the settings.
  • Apps drag & drop no longer open modification mode.
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  • Barry Weston

    Wow, this article is a mess.

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