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An update today to Microsoft Outlook for iOS brings full support for the larger displays that come with the iPhone XS Max and XR.

Whether you prefer Outlook as your primary mail client or have to use it in some capacity for work, support for the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR is sure to be appreciated by lots of users.

Today’s update brings the sole change of support for the latest iPhones, with the release notes also inviting users to share their feedback to improve the app (via AllThings.How). The iPhone XS Max and XR have new display sizes that developers have been working to adjust their apps to.

Support for iPhone XS, XS Max and XR is here.

Feel free to send us any comments or questions through our in-app support in Settings – we’d love to hear from you.

Outlook for iOS has a 4.7/5 star rating with over 800,000 reviews, it’s also ranked 5th in the App Store under productivity.

We took a look at the best email apps for iPhone a bit ago and noted that it works well with third-party integrations and is overall a great option.

It also can work with third-party apps such as Google Drive, Dropbox, Evernote, Trello, and more.

Overall, Outlook is awesome. It’s free, works with all the major accounts you’ll have, and provides a lot of great features.

Microsoft Outlook is a free download from the App Store.

For those who would like to receive new Outlook features early and help squash bugs and such, Microsoft has also made it’s Insiders program available again for Outlook on iOS.

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