Microsoft will not let abandoned their applications to OS X after the arrival of Yosemite. Or at least that’s what the pictures suggest a new Outlook for Mac leaked from cnBeta (Google Translate) and reflected on The Verge, a cosmetic line with the new interface that Apple has been applied to your system.
The changes to the software do not seem so radical relying on the screenshots, the new version of Outlook conforms to the simple style of Yosemite and its flat design, with a user interface that is a cross between Mac Mail and Outlook for Windows. CnBeta also says that there will be better support for documents on the cloud (and even here, nothing that can leave gaping), better integration with the notification center of Yosemite and a mode designed to look great on the retina display.
What attracts this leak is that the next version of Outlook is ready for retina screens with consistent expansion such resolutions is happening in the desktop range. In addition, we also have compatibility with the notification center and native system alerts.