Microsoft has pushed an update to its Whiteboard app for both iPhones and iPads and includes a pretty hefty list of new features to bring the app closer to par with its Windows 10 version. New features in the update include those to let users lock images to the background, and additionally, shapes and tables will now get a hand-drawn effect. Plus, there’s a new Accessibility Checker for people with different sets of abilities. You can see the full list of changes in Ian Mikutel’s tweet, who is one of the leads on the Whiteboard development team.
HUGE update for Microsoft Whiteboard for iOS today!
? Lock images to background
✅ Accessibility Checker
? Improved sticky note editing
✍️ Hand drawn effect for tables & shapes to impress your peers ?
? New loading animations
?Performance, usability & bug fixes pic.twitter.com/k4G0Qs1ePd
— Ian Mikutel (@IanMikutel) November 13, 2018
In addition to to support for iOS, the Whiteboard app is also available on Windows 10, as well as on the web. The Windows 10 app is also getting a new “backboard” dark mode option for those who’ve been wanting it. Either way, here’s a few screenshots of the iOS app.
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