Microsoft's Android mobile app just received a big update


Microsoft launched its Windows Launcher app on Play Store Google. The new Microsoft Android app follows a six-month preview phase that brings all the newest developments to the overall public and it are often downloaded here. This version of the launcher is probably more noteworthy because it's likely to share a number of the design and feel of Microsoft's forthcoming Duo dual-screen device expected later this year.

Launchers allow you to personalise the smartphone homescreen and add new features: Microsoft has been toying around with Android launchers since it released the Arrow Launcher in 2015. consistent with Microsoft, the launcher is now built on a replacement codebase that permits several new features.

There's now a dark theme and it observes Android's default dark mode settings. The launcher app now loads faster and uses less memory, easing the load on the battery. It now features a landscape mode and offers personalized newsfeed updates with top trending stories. 

Finally, it offers customisable icons and a variety of latest wallpapers from Bing, which sounds almost like the Bing Wallpaper app for Windows 10. There's even a replacement app icon for the Microsoft Launcher that aligns with Microsoft's overhaul of over 100 app icons to suit a world where Microsoft apps survive Windows 10 also as Android and iOS.

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