Microsoft revealed a new design of the Outlook app for iOS back in December, which featured many new animations along with the removal of its traditional all-white design. This update was only available for beta testers, where they were able to use this app for over a month. And today, this new version of the app by the company is being rolled out for the everyone who uses Outlook on their iOS device.
The most noticeable change in the app when it comes to the design aspect is that it now includes a new blue top bar. When you initially open the app, you will be prompted to set up custom swipe actions. The app now contains a favorite folder which allows you to manage and file your emails more easily. Moreover, the company has also enabled avatars in the core of Outlook for iOS devices which makes it easier to glance at and also to find emails from contacts. This new update has included some essential features such as, now if you get a calendar invite via an email on the Outlook app (for iOS) it will be shown as an inline in that email.
— Michael Palermiti (@MPalermiti) January 30, 2019
Reports also says that the company is working on a dark mode for its app for iOS, unfortunately it will not be included in today’s update, but you can expect it in the near future. You can download this update for iOS via the App Store by using this link.
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