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Outlook for iOS to get new colorful themes, dark icon, and weather forecast

Microsoft released a new Office Insider build for iOS. Version 2.46 is available for those who have access to Office beta apps on TestFlight. The new features include new colorful themes, additional icons, and weather forecasts in Outlook.

Weather forecast in Outlook is a familiar feature for those using Microsoft’s Calendar on Windows 10. Now, the forecast is available in Outlook for iOS as well. It will help you to plan your week by showing the weather condition for the current location on top of your schedule. You can enable this feature in the Calendar settings.

Outlook IOS Weather Forecast

Another nice addition to Outlook’s feature set is the new colorful themes. Now, you can change the default blue color to violet, pink, orange, red, or green. Moreover, Outlook for iOS now has an additional icon with dark mode. If you do not like the default white icon, you can change it to the one with a black background. Recently, these changes arrived in the Outlook Beta for Android as well.

Outlook IOS Themes

Read more about the latest Office Insider build on iOS on the official website.

Usually, it takes a couple of weeks for Microsoft to release Insider builds to the public in App Store and Google Play Store. But if you do not want to wait, learn how to access Office Insider apps on iOS using this link.

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Author: Taras Buria

Taras is here to cover stories about Microsoft and everything around, although sometimes he prefers Apple. You can stay in touch with him on Twitter.

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