Microsoft’s Arrow Launcher is a surprisingly good app that lets you personalize and take control of your home screen and other launch-related things for your Android smartphone. The latest update for the app has several minor changes that when put together actually turns it into a kind of a big update. This includes better app performance, less memory consumption, better search features, and an option to hide apps that you don’t really need or use.
The important thing that this update brings which may not be obvious to the naked eye is that the app is faster as it has received a performance boost. The other good news is that it should use less memory, therefore consuming less battery as well (in theory, that is). Changes like this aren’t always that trumpeted in changelogs, but it actually should be because better performance is a pretty important thing.
The update also brings an improved search feature since you will be able to search for apps and people right from the launcher itself. You will also now be able to hide apps, which serves well for those that have a lot of bloatware or unnecessary apps that you cannot uninstall. You will also be able to swap places of several tools by holding them down and then dragging them towards the app you want to change places with.
Of course there are the usual bug fixes and improvements which again you won’t be able to see unless you do have an eye for details like that. You can update your Arrow Launcher by going to the Google Playpage.