Microsoft Outlook app updates on iOS with support for new iOS 14 Calendar widgets

Brad Stephenson

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The iOS Microsoft Outlook app updated to Version 4.61.0 today across Apple’s iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch devices.

This latest update adds new functionality to all three device types with new home screen Calendar widgets, improvements to calendar and email features on Apple Watch, and better Apple Pencil functionality on iPad.

Here’s the full release notes:

iOS 14 is out, and Outlook is ready. In Settings, you can set Outlook as your default mail client so it will automatically handle email links from other apps. We’ve got new Calendar widgets that you can add directly to your home screen. With WatchOS 7, we’ve updated our calendar complication, a new email complication with unread count is coming soon. On iPad, you can scribble with your Apple Pencil to quickly compose messages, search, or add details.

Today’s update follows the one from last week which added drag-and-drop support for iPad users.

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