The appearance of the new Outlook web app that will arrive to work on Windows, macOS and on the web is filtered

The appearance of the new Outlook web app that will arrive to work on Windows, macOS and on the web is filtered
the appearance of the new outlook web app that will

The appearance of the new Outlook web app that will arrive to work on Windows, macOS and on the web is filtered

At the beginning of the year we learned data regarding a new Outlook. A new client in the form of a web app that will come to replace the current mail and calendar applications and that was being developed with the Monarch code name of what is now the first details appear in the form of images.

The objective of this development is to have a new version based on the web and capable of running without any problem on the main operating systems, facilitating the development and application of the different improvements regardless of the platform on which they should be applied.

A common use on all platforms

Outlook App Scaled

“One Outlook”, which is the name by which it was known until now, represents a unitary email client functional on Windows 10, but also on macOS and the web. An app that will come to replace existing tools, including Outlook Win32, UWP and Outlook for Mac.

And it was by accident, the reason why we had access to a screen of the new client. A screenshot of the beta version of Outlook for Windows in which an image has been cast from the new Outlook with updated icons and rounded corners.

This image shows the look of the new web-based Outlook tool, with rounded corners and new icons also with softer edges and although it does not have an arrival date yet, could begin testing to launch in parallel to Windows 10 Sun Valley.

The new customer it will be a web app that most operating systems can run without problems And that by the way it will arrive with the objective of homogenizing the interface regardless of the platform. It is also speculated that it will presumably also be lighter and more comfortable to run on PCs and Macs.

Via | Windows Latest
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