Microsoft’s Garage division came out with the Arrow launcher for Android devices not too long ago and it has proven to be a hit among the enthusiast community. The team behind Arrow continues to improve it with new features and it has now sent out a big update that’s going to be particularly appreciated by Android tablet owners. The Arrow launcher has finally received support for Android tablets.

Arrow last received a major update in February which was focused on improving the overall performance of the launcher. It also brought a new utility page which enables users to pin the functions that they most frequently use for easier and faster access.

The team acknowledges that Android tablet support has been a very popular feature request ever since Arrow was first released and they’re finally giving this feature to their users.

This update also comes with some other features and improvements such as a horizontal layout option for the “all apps” page, more beautiful Bing wallpapers, additional backup and restore options, the ability to hide headers, the ability to configure the utility page, a carousel scrolling mode, and more.

Those who are interested in trying it out can head over to the Google Play Store right now and download the Arrow Launcher version 3.1 for free.

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