There's a new update out for the Maestro preview on Windows Phone. Maestro is an upcoming app that aims to deliver a better mail experience for Windows Phone. Today's update squashes a lot of bugs and adds a handful of new features. Look forward to Gmail label support in today's update.
Update Maestro preview and you'll see it now sitting at version 2014.1203.954.1743 in the Windows Phone Store. Here's what's new in today's update:
- Loads of bug fixes
- Yahoo Account Support
- Contact auto fill in compose
- Label Support for Gmail accounts (currently read-only)
Today's update is one of the last as the team gets ready for the initial public launch of Maestro on Windows Phone. Want in on the preview? You can just download the app using the link below. Keep in mind that Maestro is still a public beta. For more updates on Maestro from the team be sure to sign up on their website maestroapp.com.
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