Ever since Microsoft has launched its app launcher for Android, the company is supporting the Launcher with new features and improvements. Microsoft recently rebranded Arrow Launcher to Microsoft Launcher and today the company is rolling out yet another update with some improvements.
Microsoft hasn’t added any new features to the Launcher but it has introduced some improvements and general bug fixes with the latest update. Microsoft has improved the performance on memory level and as well as fixed 200+ bugs. One minor new feature is the ability to change the transparency of theme and widgets.
Microsoft has finally added support for swipe up and down on the apps page, meaning that with swipes you can go back to the home screen and swipe down to return back to the app page. Other changes include a dedicated gestures page, fix for date and time format issue in Europe and general bug fixes.
Microsoft is rolling out the updated version of Launcher to the beta testers and it is already available for download on the Google Play Store. If you would like to try out Microsoft Launcher on your Android phone, you can do so by downloading the app from the below link.