Outlook for iOS adds iPhone X support

Costea Lestoc By: Costea Lestoc
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Microsoft just released an update for the Outlook app for iOS devices. The update is version 2.51.0, and it brings support for the iPhone X.

In other words, the updated Outlook application will allow users to enjoy more screen surface during their email activity on the 5.8-inch Super Retina display that comes with the fantastic iPhone X.

What’s new in version 2.51.0

The latest version of Outlook for iOS provides support for iPhone X so all users who are already rocking the new device can finally use the app at its full potential on the iPhone X’s display.

The update also includes weekly performance improvements and bug fixes so that the Outlook app works as flawlessly as possible.

Developers must optimize their apps

We already know that the iPhone X comes with a unique display. This means that developers have to start planning on optimizing their apps as soon as possible to match them to such a top-notch display.

They have to make the apps appropriate for the iPhone X’s display by respecting safe areas, supporting adaptive layouts and more elements in rode to be able to take full advantage of the screen.

The fate of apps lacking optimization

If you are wondering what will happen to apps that will not get optimized, you should know that they will be displayed in a rectangular window that will run apps in a similar manner as the older iPhone models used to do it.

You can now download the optimized Outlook app from the App Store.

If you are the owner of an iOS app, then you can check out the Apple developer documentation here in order to get the hangs on optimizing your application to work flawlessly on the iPhone X.

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