Microsoft updated its is Outlook application for iOS, now supports Touch ID on the iPhone and iPad integrated with the Fingerprint Sensor. With Touch ID, the user may require the use of fingerprint to open the application. This system is very interesting because of emails that may contain more personal information like passwords, bank details, contact, etc…. Only the user will be able to open the application from now with his finger, it will avoid the prying eyes that some might have. Touch ID protection is disabled by default, you have to go into the application’s settings to implement.
The update also features pictures of people on the events they participate in the calendar view. This will quickly see that this is not necessarily read the names. In addition, a helpful shortcut in the views of 1 and 3 days has appeared. Just press and hold on a time slot to create an event.
Outlook is available on the App Store for iPhone and iPad. The application manages the emails of Outlook, like those of iCloud, Gmail or Yahoo.