Microsoft Lists for iOS will drop preview tag later this month

Rabia Noureen

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Microsoft’s new Lists app for iOS, which the company introduced at Ignite 2020, is finally dropping its preview tag later this month. The iOS version of the app has been available in public preview since September 2020, and the company has announced via Microsoft 365 Admin Center that it’s coming to the iOS App Store in mid-January.

The app will enable iOS users to access SharePoint lists on the go from their phone or iPad, where users will be able to create, edit, and manage list items to share with their colleagues. The app will provide the ability to enable dark mode, and it will support sorting, filtering, and grouping options for organizing list data.

thumbnail image 1 captioned The Microsoft Lists app for iOS, showing various screens from left-to-right: Home page with favorite and recent lists, creating a list from ready-made templates, viewing lists items in a list, and editing a list item.

The company noted that the Lists app will also support lists viewing, even in an offline state, with no mention of offline editing capabilities. “Track issues, assets, routines, contacts, inventory and more using customizable views and smart rules and alerts to keep everyone in sync. With ready-made templates, you can quickly start lists online, in our new mobile app,” the company explained.

Microsoft also previously indicated that it’s working on the Android version of the app, but there’s no ETA for its release yet. We’ll probably need to wait a little longer to hear something about the Android app. In the meantime, if you haven’t done it yet, we invite you to read our full Microsoft Lists review.