Tech giant Microsoft has recently introduced Sway on Apple platform. Sway was launched last year in October as a part of the Microsoft’s Office family. Alongside Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote apps, the newly launched app enables its users to make a website with just images and text.
According to the latest reports, the tech firm has also integrated some new features to the iPad version of Sway. Now, adding pictures video and text to the web page has become easier. A user will also be able to toggle between ‘edit’ and ‘preview’ option, to see how the Web page really looks.
In addition to English, the application now supports six more languages, namely French, German, Spanish, Japanese, Dutch and Italian.
In the meantime, news is also doing the rounds that Microsoft will launch a native version of the application for Windows 10 by the end of next month. Apparently, a Windows 10 Mobile app will also be released.
Meanwhile, the iOS app is available for download from the App Store on iPad or an updated iPhone app.