Microsoft Outlook

Microsoft has enabled Touch ID support to its email and calendar app Outlook today. This introduces a level of security not yet seen in any other major emailing application. Since its acquisition of Acompli a year back, Microsoft has slowly been revamping and adding new features to their purchase. Supporting multiple email account and cloud storage services, swipe options, Skype integration, and now Touch ID, Outlook is becoming quite a formidable email application.

What’s New in Version 2.2.2

Everything looks better with images, right? That’s why we’ve just included the pictures of attendees below events in the agenda view. With just a glance, you can now get all the info you need. While we were at it, we also added a nice little shortcut in the day and 3-day views. Press and hold a time slot to create a new event. You can now protect your inbox with Touch ID and get the privacy you deserve. Keep your messages away from prying eyes by requiring your fingerprint or device passcode in order to access your Outlook account. To enable Touch ID, take a look at the app Settings under Preferences. (iOS 9 users) Your inbox – and dare we say it, the world – is now at your fingertips.

To enable Touch ID in the latest update, users can navigation to ‘Settings’ within the app and enable Touch ID under the ‘Require Touch ID’ option.

Microsoft Outlook is available for free from the iOS App Store and is compatible with iPhones, iPads, and the Apple Watch.

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