Microsoft has recently launched a launcher for android users named Arrow Launcher.
The app is currently in private beta, meaning users cannot download it without an invite however Microsoft has also released the APK to the public. The app takes around 4MB of space.
Talking about the launcher app as stated by Microsoft, on their blog, Arrow Launcher includes three pages – users can’t add or remove those pages. The first page is the People page where users will see their contacts (phone, as well as email accounts) – and that’s pretty much all the things on the People page. In the center, users will have their apps. Helpfully at the top four of the most recently used apps, followed by a collection of frequently used apps. As with most launchers, users can also access their full collection of apps with an app drawer shortcut. Unlike most Android launchers, you only get one page of home screen shortcuts.
Also there are few limitations in launcher, for instance, when it comes to customization, users cannot choose a custom icon pack or change the icon size for the apps. Also, one cannot add apps to the Frequently used apps section on the homepage. However, users can choose to have the daily Bing wallpaper as the default wallpaper.
The Arrow Launcher seems to be pretty good, however, the app is still in Beta so bugs and errors removal is under process hence whole about the app can be said only after its openly available for all.