If you’re an iOS user, then you’re accustomed to using Microsoft’s sometimes superior apps on your iPhone and/or iPad. Typically, Microsoft does a good job of updating their apps as well, making sure that features and functionality come to Apple’s mobile customers post haste. In the last couple of days, Microsoft updated a few of their iOS apps, namely Outlook, Outlook Groups, and OneNote, albeit with some mostly minor changes.
Outlook for iOS
- You have a new reason to send email: it now leaves with a note. Tap on the “Send” button and enjoy the sound of productivity.
- One small step for your email app, one giant leap for your sense of achievement.
OneNote for iOS
Fixed: We crashed on first run for users with Reduce Motion turned on.
Outlook Groups for iOS
- Ability to attach multiple pictures during compose and reply
- Ability to attach most recently used files during compose and reply
- Ability to delete conversation from within the app
- UX updates
- Bug fixes and performance improvements
Go to the App Store and hit update. If you’re not using these apps yet, then you can get them from the links below.