Microsoft's Arrow Launcher updated to version 3.3 for beta testers, adding more new features

Microsoft is continuing to roll out new features to its Arrow Launcher app on Android today, as version 3.3 is now available to beta testers. The news comes a month after version 3.1 brought tablet support, while 3.2 was in beta within the week.

While most of the new features seem to be pretty minor, there are a number of them, such as more features for the utility page, a calendar card and page, and more. Here's the full changelog:

  • Utility page supports multiple widget cards; now you can add your favor news, music, weather cards in the utility page.

  • Calendar card and calendar page

  • Passcode support for hidden apps

  • Right swipe to go BACK for page navigation

  • Add feature page via overview mode

  • Store more apps within a folder

  • Auto download wallpaper thumbnail

  • Fix bugs and crash issues

According to the Google Play Store, the Microsoft Garage project has been downloaded between five and ten million times, with over 97,000 five-star reviews and an average of 4.4 stars. You can install it here, where you can also sign up to become a beta tester. If not, you can always wait a couple weeks until it arrives for the general public.

Source: Google Play via MSPoweruser

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