Microsoft's Visio diagram creation tool slated to be released for Windows phones
Microsoft has confirmed that it plans to release a version of its Visio diagram creation tool for Windows smartphones at some point in the future.
Neowin reports that Microsoft made that announcement at a panel today at its Ignite IT conference in Atlanta. It also stated a version would be released for Android smartphones. In August, Microsoft launched a preview version of Visio for the iPad. Microsoft has not announced a specific date for when the Android or Windows phone versions would be released.
Visio is part of the Microsoft Office family of productivity apps. It was first released in 1992 by the Shapeware Corporation, but Microsoft acquired both the company and its Visio app in 2000.
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2. Outlook UWP client has been silently shown during Build 2016, check 1:32:27 at https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Build/2016/KEY01.
3. I presume there will be no Access UWP client as the technology is too outdated and not compatible with current requirements and there are creating more up-to-date replacements.
4. I am not sure whether Publisher app is going to be abandoned or rewritten but I consider the first one to be more probable.
5. Project app have not seen much of updates during last releases. I see three possibilities here. It will be either completely replaced by the cloud offering, get a complete rewrite to UWP with improved workflow or the UWP apps will get just core offline scenarios where others will be cloud only.