Microsoft releases yet another beta update for Arrow Launcher, bringing tablet support

Microsoft has been putting in quite a bit of work on its Arrow Launcher lately. Five days ago, the Garage division of the company offered its "biggest release yet" in version 3.0 to beta testers, with general availability for that release just yesterday. And today, version 3.1 is already available in beta.

Most notably, the new version brings support for tablets. Here's the full changelog:

  • Tablet support and landscape mode on tablets; please report any problem on tablets.

  • Be able to select what to backup & restore

  • Supports more IM apps messages in Recent page

  • Bug fixes

    Thank you for your ongoing support of Arrow!

Support for more IM apps is also going to be pretty useful for those that make use of it. It can be a pain to have to visit multiple apps to read and respond to messages.

If Microsoft continues on its rapid development pace of the Android app, the general public will likely see this update within just a few days. If you want it now and you just can't wait, you can sign up for the beta program through the app listing on the Google Play Store.

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