April 30, 2023
Microsoft Loop iOS and Android apps now support personal accounts
Microsoft Loop for iOS and Android adds support for personal Microsoft accounts. Microsoft Loop officially launched last month in public preview on the Web and mobile devices, but until now only the Web app had support for both personal and business accounts.
With Microsoft Loop, the company created a new canvas that allows teams to collaborate in real time. If Microsoft Loop has often been compared to Notion, its main distinguishing feature is that Loop components such as tables and task lists can be shared with other Microsoft 365 apps such as Microsoft Teams and Outlook. Loop components are also updated in real time in all these apps.
On Android, the Microsoft Loop preview app is available for download from the Google Play Store. On iOS, the app is only available through Apple’s Testflight program; the beta is full at the time of writing. However, if you previously signed up for the iOS beta version, you can now sign in with your personal Microsoft account in the app.
If you want to use Microsoft Loop with a work or school account, note that the app must currently be enabled by your IT administrator. The web app can be accessed at loop.microsoft.com.
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