Microsoft today is pushing out a new update for its Arrow Launcher App for Android Devices. This new update has introduced the blur effect in its launcher which is similar to what Microsoft has done in the Fluent Design language for Windows 10. The fluent Design language is a much broader set of changes in terms of the overall look of Windows Operating system.
While this update has included only the blur component from the five basic components of the new design language. Microsoft is also working on bringing fluent design on the web. It looks Microsoft will be using the same design language for their services across platforms and across the different form factor.
For those who don’t know about Arrow Launcher, it’s an Android launcher created by Microsoft that looks pretty simple with the aim of providing information quickly. You can use Bing’s daily wallpapers to make your phone look beautiful. The best feature of the launcher is that you can get all your recent files, photos, messages and calls in one place. The update for the Arrow launcher app is currently live and you can get the update by clicking the below link of Google Play Store.