Microsoft Flow Outlook Email Client Coming To IPhone

Posted: May 20 2015, 9:15am CDT | by , in News | Technology News


Microsoft Flow Outlook Email Client Coming to iPhone

A leak points towards Microsoft building an Outlook client for the iPhone.

Microsoft is pushing forward with its cross-platform strategy and brings its most popular software to iOS and Android. Now a new app seems to be coming soon. A leaked download page reveals Flow by Outlook for iPhone. It seems Microsoft is currently testing the app and only users with accounts at dlwapps can see it.

A screenshot of the download page was leaked by Twitter User WalkingCat. 

The description on the confidential download page reads:

Use Flow with anyone, it's email: Reach anyone with an email address and all conversations for you and others are also in Outlook. Together, you can use Flow and Outlook interchangeably to participate in the same conversations.

Fast, fluid, natural conversations: No subject lines, salutations, or signatures. Flow is designed for fast, light-weight conversations in real time.

Focus on what's important: Only conversations started in Flow and their replies show up in Flow, not your whole inbox. Focus on your most important person-to-person conversations without the noise.

Based on the description Flow is a mix of email and instant messaging. It's tries to cut through the clutter of your inbox. Will be interesting to see the user interface of Flow. It also will be interesting how Microsoft is positioning Flow in regards to its messaging apps Skype and Skype Qik.

According to ZDNet who first reported about the Flow by Outlook, Microsoft had no comment yet on this leak.

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