The Fluent Design language is evolving, and the newest version of Windows 10 operating system called “April 2018 Update” brings some substantial improvements in this regard. The Fluent Design elements like the acrylic effect and blur have made it to all pre-installed first-party apps for Windows 10, and the new release is finally pushing this makeover one step forward.
Microsoft has been working on improving its application for Windows 10 Mobile and PC users. The Fluent Design has today also made it to the company’s To Do app for Windows 10 devices with some basic elements.
The company has today pushed out a new update for its To Do app for Windows 10 PCs and Tablets. The app has been updated to new version 1.29.
The latest update comes with the company’s Fluent Design elements which have been part of almost all of the company’s core apps. The company has made some changes to the bar which has now been removed from the top.
New themes have also been added along with animations which make the To Do app look more graceful. The company has also made some UI improvements which appear after the latest update. The To Do app update also comes with other improvements and bug fixes for Windows 10 users, and it can be downloaded from the Microsoft Store.
The software giant is also working on adding more Fluent Design elements to the To Do app in the coming days along with more changes which are expected to be rolled out during the development of Microsoft’s next major update Redstone 5 planned for the end of this year. By the looks of things, Fluent Design will be the front part of next Windows 10 update launching in the fall of 2018.
This week Microsoft also pushed updates for the other first-party apps like Mail & Calendar. Microsoft Teams app has been also updated with UX changes, and users are able to send a message directly by typing @ and the name of the contact. The Teams app update also brought changes to the Planner tab which bring Schedule and Chart view features.