Microsoft Apps Are Fully Prepared for Apple’s New iOS 14 Experience
Microsoft has just announced that its mobile apps are fully prepared for the new iOS 14 software update that Apple pushed to iPhones across the world.
First and foremost, Microsoft Edge and Outlook can now be configured to the default apps on iOS. This means that Edge can replace Safari as the default browser on your iPhone, while Outlook can take the place of Mail as the default email app on the device.
“iOS and iPadOS 14 bring a new Apple App Library that will automatically organizes your apps. Now imagine setting apps you use every day such as your email and browser from Microsoft as the default apps,” Microsoft explains.
“When you update your iOS device with the new Apple operating system and the new version of Microsoft Outlook and Edge, once available in the Apple App Store, you will be able to choose Outlook and Edge as default apps. This way, you can personalize your experience to stay connected and organized in one app for your email and calendar, and whe… (read more)
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