Multiple images of a new Windows 11 app called "Designer" have dropped, thanks to a leakster. The images show an attractive new app that is likely a new design tool or an upgrade for an existing app.
Windows 11 22H2 build 22621.160 (RTM) gets File Explorer Tab navigation
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Windows 11 in the Dev Channel fixes Windows Security app issues, and more
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Microsoft today announced that it's killing off its Sway app on iOS. The service will continue in its online and Windows 10 forms, but the app itself will stop working in December.
Microsoft has pushed out an update for Sway on iOS devices. The changes are mainly cosmetic, with updates to navigation and Sway previews, as well as adding the ability to edit a Sway shared to you.
In the 10 short months since its general release, Microsoft's Sway has been regularly updated to add additional functionality. Now, three additional features are available to Office 365 subscribers.
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Telling stories with photos across all of your devices on Microsoft 10 using Sway is now only a click away. Read on to find out how you can share your favorite moments online.
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Sway is the latest addition to Microsoft's Office portfolio. Described as a digital storytelling, the service is now coming out of preview and the Windows 10 app is now fully functional.
Microsoft's Sway presentation app for Windows 10 is now available for download, though it currently lacks functionality ahead of a full, working release.
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Microsoft will release its Sway app for Windows 10 this summer, meaning it will be available sometime around the operating system's launch. A new Sway for iPad app is now available as well.
Microsoft has been testing more changes on Outlook.com, such as Outlook Mail branding - matching its new Windows 10 phone app - and revisions to the drop-down nav menu, including new icon designs.
Microsoft has pushed out another update to Sway and this time around they are improving the options for embedding media and making it easier to share your Sways.
Microsoft has announced that they are rolling out more features for Sway and for those of you who use the iPhone app, there is a new version of that app ready for download.
After making Sway for iPhone available in more countries, Microsoft has updated the web version with more features that further enhance users' ability to create awesome interactive presentations.
After its initial launch in New Zealand and Australia, Microsoft's Sway app for iPhone makes its way into more countries, allowing many people to create, edit and share interactive presentations.
Microsoft has opened the doors to the Sway preview and at the same time, they have also added a bunch of new features to the platform too; Australia users can now download the iPhone app too.
Microsoft has updated Sway, the company's latest addition to the Office suite of productivity apps, with Bing image search integration but the product is still in a preview state.
Microsoft is going to be including a new app into its Office lineup and while Sway looks like it crosses over with PowerPoint, the two tools will live side-by-side as they each serve a unique role.
If you want to try out Microsoft's new Sway app, you can now do so without waiting for you invitation if you use the link at the bottom of the post after the jump.
A few weeks back, Microsoft announced Sway, a new way to present content online and we have gotten our hands on the new presentation tool. Is it a Powerpoint killer, that's the big question.
Microsoft has announced a new product today called Sway, which is a new way to show off your content on a digital canvas, and you can sign up now to join the preview of the app.