This is also an excellent app for users new to Microsoft Word, and there are many tutorials of beginners in Microsoft Word for iOS to learn from. The new formatting engine in Outlook is fast, precise and accurate. — The Verge Jun 27, 2023 — With Windows 10 out, we expect to see much more in Office apps and the iPad. For the iPad, it will be exciting to see more improvements from Office apps on the iPad. For example, the new formatting engine in Outlook is going to be fast, precise and accurate as well. Apple Watch apps — the Apple Watch Aug 15, 2023 — Apple has released the Watch Kit framework for third-party apps such as Fitbit's Charge HR and Jawbone's Up, which runs watchOS 2.1 — though it did not introduce new apps for the Watch. Microsoft recently announced its first official iPad apps to support the smartwatch — and they are all on the Windows Store (link in our original post). While most of these apps are simple, it will be interesting to see how the Watch Kit framework and apps mature. New Apple Watch app Aug 19, 2023 — Microsoft is adding support for the Apple Watch — in its first official Microsoft Watch app and, by default, on the iPhone. Microsoft says this is the first time that the Watch has been supported by a third-party app outside the Apple Watch itself. This is just the third app to support the Apple Watch — after Installer for the iPhone and for the iPad. Users are given three days to test out new apps before they are allowed to download them from the store. The app supports watchOS 2.1, but is not available to download on iOS today. New iOS app for the Apple Watch app (in development) Aug 23, 2023 — Microsoft just launched its first official Microsoft Watch app. The new app, dubbed Microsoft Watch for iOS, runs watchOS 2.1 and includes support for the Apple Watch. It has support for a lot of new functions for the Apple Watch — and, by extension, the iPhone — such as the ability to receive alerts, get push notifications, and read notifications as you move your wrist. The app features three icons for your wrist: Your watch, the clock, and the app icon. If you swipe left on the icon, it will automatically switch between the three, each on a different part of your wrist. To move from one to the other, tap on the left side of the app.