Microsoft has just released an update for its Outlook app for iOS. The new update now supports the iPhone 6s and 6s plus 3D Touch feature.
Outlook is one of the top apps for allowing users to manage their inbox with ease, and just a few days ago Microsoft released the app version 2.0.8 that now features 3D Touch support.
Outlook users will now be able to create new emails, add events to their calendar, or jump straight to the calendar, all by pressing on the app’s icon on the home screen. Users will also be able to print any message or conversation threads directly from the email view by tapping the ellipsis button and choosing the Print option, from here users can choose the number of copies they want to print.
While 3D Touch gives users the ability to use quick options from the home screen, some users might feel limited to what they can do with Outlooks new update. Nonetheless the new feature will make things a little bit more convenient when checking and sending emails.
Outlook is free to download in the App Store today running iOS 9 or newer.
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