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Microsoft Outlook for iOS is getting a new design and dark mode

[2018-12-05 10:00:05]

Microsoft is launching a new version of its Outlook mobile app for iOS today. While big app updates usually involve a lot of new features, Microsoft is taking a different approach as this is nearly all about design. There are subtle changes here and there that are designed to polish up the Outlook for iOS experience. The calendar icon animates when you’re moving backwards and forwards, and swiping to take actions on emails now includes haptic feedback so it feels like you’re moving an email. While you might not immediately notice these changes, there’s one very obvious and blue addition at the top of the app. “The blue was not there [on iOS],” says Miles Fitzgerald, who leads the mobile design for Outlook. “We’re bringing the family...

Microsoft Outlook for iOS is getting a new design and dark mode


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