The iOS update brought the app to Version 4.5.0 and added full support for the native iOS 13 dark mode settings which means that those who have selected dark mode as their preferred aesthetic will now see it in the Outlook app automatically without having to manually change it. Note that anyone can disable the dark mode from within the Outlook app’s settings.
Here’s the full release notes for the iOS update:
Dark mode at sunset, light mode at sunrise. Our app now responds to the iOS 13 dark mode so your eyes can rest easy day or night. Change this in our app Settings under Preferences.
The Android Outlook update brought the app to Version 4.0.23 and added extra functionality for those who use an S Pen with their Samsung Note device. Now, users will be able to use the S Pen to hover over links for quick actions or to see previews of content.
Here’s the full release notes for the Android update:
Using Outlook on a Samsung Note device? You can now use your S Pen to hover over Mails, Attachments, Events or People to take a sneak peek and perform quick actions.
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