According to the latest news, Microsoft has announced and confirmed to remove 27 different languages. It will also include the Indian language across the whole world from the iOS version of the Outlook app.
Microsoft Outlook is a simple personal information manager from Microsoft, that is available as a part of the Microsoft Office. It is used to send and receive emails.
According to the news, the tech giant has announced to remove the languages that were supported through the Microsoft 365. The company has also described that the decision of removing the languages from the apps are made to maintain consistency across Microsoft 365 apps on the iOS platform.
Indian languages like Malayalam, Tamil, Telegu, Amharic, Bosnian, Latin, Urdu, Irish, Galician, Icelandic, Serbian, Albanian, Slovenian, Macedonian, Latvian, Lithuanian, and other 21 languages are being removed from the app.
The OnMSFT report informs that, by the end of June, those who are using the Outlook in iOS in any of the above-mentioned language will have to switch the languages to keep the app.
Now, the Microsoft Outlook supports around 35 languages that include English, Arabic, Chinese (Tradition), Chinese (Simplified). Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hebrew, Hindi, Greek, and many more.