Android Lollipop offers a very nice looking user interface in general and comes with a completely overhauled launcher, but not all the older smartphones can be updated to the newer operating system (simply because the manufacturers are not really interested in releasing an updated firmware). I myself have an older Android KitKat smartphone that was not updated to the Lollipop and without the new Lollipop it looks very dull and boring with the older launcher. For such phones, you can use a launcher like Microsoft Arrow Launcher that can give sleek looks to your Android smartphone. It is not necessary that you use Microsoft Arrow Launcher with your older phones, you can use it on your new smartphones too that have the latest versions of Android. In fact Arrow Launcher is compatible with all versions of Android starting from the version 4.0 to latest Lollipop 5.2.
The Arrow Launcher from Microsoft offers three main screens that you view by swiping the screen from left-to-right or right-to-left. The Apps screen shows all of your recently used apps and the most frequently used apps arranged in a neat order. The People screen shows all the calls you made broken into the recently made calls and the most frequently made calls. The Notes and Reminders screen holds all of your reminders and alerts that you add, edit or remove.
You can swipe the launcher screen up to view all the recent contacts and have access to your shortcuts. You can also open Arrow launcher settings and wallpaper settings from here. In the launcher settings, you can access system settings, change wallpaper, check for updates and more. You can also give feedback for the beta version of the Arrow launcher.
As can be expected from a Microsoft designed launcher, there are options to automatically use the Bing daily wallpaper in your Android smartphone. You can also download and set the wallpapers from a gallery that has some very beautiful wallpapers. You can also use your own JPEG files for setting wallpaper. When you launch the apps drawer, you are shown all the apps installed in your arranged in alphabetical order which makes it very convenient to find any app. You can also search installed apps using the search bar on the top.
Microsoft Arrow Launcher brings very sleek user interface to the Android smartphone. It has very minimalist interface and at the same time does not miss anything important from being included in the launcher.
You can download Microsoft Arrow Launcher from https://goo.gl/p7W9zS.