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  • Microsoft Launches New 'Outlook' App for the Apple Watch

    Microsoft's mobile Outlook application for the iOS platform received a notable update on Thursday bringing the application up to version 1.3.5 in the iOS App Store.

    The big news in today's update is that the application now comes with an Apple Watch application, letting you see your e-mails right from your wrist.

    Apple Watch users get a nice interactive notification interface on their wrist, allowing them to reply to e-mails right from the Apple Watch using their voice, pre-set responses, or Emoji, just like if the user were text messaging someone from their Apple Watch.

    The Apple Watch application even includes a beautiful Glance view that can be added to Glances to view a preview of missed messages.

    Quote Originally Posted by App Store
    What's New in Version 1.3.5

    Do you have a watch that lets you do way more than just check the time? Then we have something in store for you! Introducing our brand new Outlook App for Apple Watch.
    Here are the 3 top things youíll now be able to do straight from your wrist:
    * Get a quick glance of whatís happening in your Outlook Inbox or whatís next in your calendar just by swiping up from the Watch face. Just try it, youíll love it.
    * Need more context? Catch up with unread emails during your busy day right from the Outlook Watch App. When itís really urgent, just reply directly from your watch with the set of replies weíve pre-written just for you. We also have emojis and voice dictation if you're more than kind of person.
    * Never miss whatís really important to you. Get notified of important emails and take action immediately thanks to our custom notifications. Archive that. Schedule this for later. Itís easy as 1, 2, 3.
    You can also still check the time from your watch, if you really want to. We wouldnít want to get in the way.
    PS: Psst, donít have an Apple Watch? Donít worry, we have plenty of cool new features coming your way very soon.
    If you want to give the new Microsoft Outlook Apple Watch application a try, you can download the new updated Microsoft Outlook application for free from this App Store link. If you're already a Microsoft Outlook user, then you can just go to the Updates tab in the App Store application to update, and then enable the application on your Apple Watch from the Apple Watch application on your iPhone's home screen.

    Source: App Store
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Microsoft Launches New 'Outlook' App for the Apple Watch started by Anthony Bouchard View original post