[Update: Version 3.1 has officially been released!]
The Microsoft Garage team behind Arrow Launcher for Android have had a busy few weeks. Last week they released a major update, version 3.0, to the public channel which brought a significant number of changes to it. While performance and stability improvements were the hallmark of the release, the new Utility page which shows your frequent contacts, apps and recent documents on one page was the big new feature. Right on the heels of that 3.0 release, the 3.1 build has hit those in the beta program with further refinements. The big news though is support for tablets.
Arrow Launcher on tablets works the same way as it does on phones with the ability to customize the launcher as far as icon size, rows and columns and some included widgets. It also supports app notifications (for apps that support it) and works in both landscape and portrait viewing. It is also incredibly stable. Those who visit often know that I generally shy readers away from betas because of bugs and stability issues. This beta of Arrow Launcher however is pretty rock solid in the couple of days I’ve been running it on my Nexus 9. Obviously proceed at your own risk but I’m happy with it so far.