Microsoft Outlook for iOS gets messaging improvements in latest update

Microsoft has just updated its Outlook app on iOS, which brings a number of improvements in messaging, scheduling and design.

The update, pushing the app version to 2.2.0, now gives users more options to schedule emails. Either swiping the email or click on the top menu of a message will bring up a menu for scheduling it for any future time you want, at which point the message will "reappear at exactly the right time." The next improvement is in flagging messages. Flagged messages, made by clicking on the flag icon at the top of the conversation, will now appear highlighted in the inbox for easier viewing. Finally, support for right-to-left languages in the Mail tab has also been redesigned, promising an improved reading experience.

A champion in Microsoft's cross-platform strategy and a critically acclaimed app (as is proudly displayed The Verge's praise of "the best email app for the iPhone"), Microsoft Outlook keeps getting better with each update, and should remain in serious consideration for any email users on Apple's mobile OS.

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