After Microsoft employees teased that dark mode might be coming to the Office mobile apps soon, Microsoft has now announced that it's bringing the feature to much of the Microsoft 365 suite.
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Some members of the Outlook for iOS and Android have been teasing an announcement for tomorrow, and it seems like the announcement will be dark mode for Microsoft's Office mobile apps.
Microsoft announced that Adaptive Cards and Actionable Messages are coming to Outlook Mobile. Both features were added to Outlook on Windows and the Outlook Web App last year at Build.
Microsoft is rolling out an updated Outlook app for iOS users, introducing a more colorful interface, "delightful" animations, and other improvements. The update begins rolling out today.
As part of its many Ignite announcements, Microsoft is introducing new business-oriented features for the Outlook apps on mobile devices, such as sensitivity labels, new deployment options, and more.
Microsoft is said to be considering natively integrating Cortana into the Outlook apps on Android and iOS, allowing users to interact with, listen to, and reply to their email through voice commands.
Microsoft's Javier Soltero is now the corporate vice president for Cortana. Soltero was the co-founder of Acompli, which was acquired by Microsoft and became Outlook on mobile platforms.
Seven months after launching add-ins for Outlook on iOS, Microsoft announced last Friday the availability of the feature for some Android users and the launching of several new add-ins.
Earlier today, Microsoft announced that it's bringing Outlook Add-ins to mobile platforms, including iOS and Android. We've now learned that it's coming to Windows 10 Mobile as well.
Microsoft today announced that Add-ins are coming to the Outlook mobile apps, starting with iOS, with Android support coming soon. There's still no word on whether the Windows 10 app will get them.
Microsoft today took to Twitter to announce the availability of the Outlook Mobile app on Amazon's Fire OS. This includes support for Fire tablets and the Fire Phone, but not Fire TV.
Microsoft announced today that it will be bringing a new scheduling assistant to Outlook Mobile. Available today for iOS, the feature will be coming soon to both Android and Windows 10 Mobile.