Around two weeks after version 4.7.5 of the Microsoft Launcher, originally known as Arrow Launcher upon its official release towards the end of 2015, was introduced to the beta channel, the update is now being rolled out to regular users. Interestingly, it does not add any new features, but focuses mostly upon bug fixes, performance improvements, and adjustments to current features.
With regards to improvements to current features, icon packs can now be applied to single custom-set icons as well. Similarly, wallpaper settings have been tweaked a bit as well. Microsoft has fixed several major issues being experienced by users of the launcher, such as inaccuracies in the badge notification counts and app notification errors.
The full changelog for the update can be read below:
- Fixed top crashes and App Not Responding Errors;
- Support applying icon pack over single custom-set icons;
- Adjustments to wallpaper settings experience;
- Fixed several badge count issues;
- Performance/memory/CPU improvements
Now that this update has been rolled out to the general public, if you're one of the users experiencing the aforementioned issues, you can download the latest update here from the Play Store.