Outlook for iOS and Android get new icons inspired by Fluent Design

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Microsoft has just pushed an update to the Outlook mobile apps for iPhones and Android devices. As promised, the company has updated the Outlook app with new Fluent Design icons, which replace the thinly outlined ones that some users might have had a hard time seeing well.

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In December, Microsoft announced that it was bringing Fluent Design to its mobile Office apps including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and OneDrive, with the redesigned apps not only focusing on improving aesthetics but increasing productivity, as well. Recently, Outlook Mobile received Play My Emails support for allowing individuals to better keep up with their inboxes while on the move.

Outlook Mobile is available for free on iPhone and Android devices, and can serve especially useful for those with an Office 365 personal or work subscription. What do you think of the new icons in the app?

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