Microsoft news recap: Microsoft Launcher hits 15 million installs, Microsoft Build updated on Android & iOS, and more
Microsoft news recap is a weekly feature highlighting the top Microsoft news stories of the past week. Sit back, grab some coffee, and enjoy the read!
Outlook for Android updated with new search experience, navigation bar
Outlook’s Android app has received a new update that delivers an improved user interface, as well as a new search experience. The search functionality is now able to fetch information from within emails, helping to display top contacts, upcoming package deliveries, itineraries, and more.
Microsoft Teams gained several new features on all platforms this month
Microsoft Teams is gaining new features and improvements on a monthly basis. This month is seeing improves to the interface, as well as the ability to send chats from a contact card, support for Schedule and Chart views on the Planner tab, and more.
Microsoft Launcher honored on the “Garage Wall of Fame,” reaches 15 million installs
Microsoft’s custom Android launcher, Microsoft Launcher, has hit a new milestone, with more than 15 million installs of the launcher across Android devices.
Welcome Microsoft Launcher to the Garage Wall of Fame! Customer feedback & continual experimenting rocketed this app to top-rated launcher on Android. Learn More: https://t.co/OUwLvrjzYq #microsoftlauncher #android @msftgarage pic.twitter.com/X55frHHagk
— The Microsoft Garage (@MSFTGarage) May 2, 2018
Android & iOS Microsoft Build apps updated for 2018 conference
Just in time for Microsoft Build this month, Microsoft has updated the Microsoft Build apps on Android and iOS for the upcoming conference, showing all of the details for this years Build.
That’s it for this week. We’ll be back next week with more Microsoft news.Further reading: Microsoft, Microsoft Build, Microsoft Launcher, Microsoft Teams, Outlook for Android