Microsoft has announced that its Sway app is coming out of preview and that it is launching a Sway app for Windows 10 instead.
Microsoft has announced that its Sway app is coming out of preview and that it is instead launching a Sway app for Windows 10.
Sway was introduced as a presentation app with automated design elements and responsive design to fit on multiple screen sizes. The app allows the users to import photos from their gallery, add text blocks, and import content from Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
According to The Next Web, the Windows 10 app has few more features than the web version. It can be used offline. When loading Web-based content like YouTube videos or interactive maps will require a connection but other elements will now be accessible without the internet.
Also, the new layout was added in the app’s navigation pane that displays groupings of content like images, text, videos, tweets, etc.
The users can now share Sways to Docs.com, Microsoft’s portal for displaying Office documents on the Web.
The users can get Sway for Windows 10 from the Windows Store.