Microsoft Remote Desktop for iOS can now dynamically switch orientations

What you need to know

  • Microsoft Remote Desktop for iOS just received a major update.
  • The latest version of the app focuses on dynamically switching between landscape and portrait orientations.
  • The app has a refreshed immersive switcher and a redesigned on-screen keyboard to improve the experience in portrait or landscape mode.

Microsoft recently rolled out an update for the Remote Desktop app on iOS. Most of the changes in the latest version focus on improving the experience when switching between landscape and portrait mode. The app now has a redesigned on-screen keyboard, a revamped in-session immersive switcher, and support for landscape and portrait orientations when using the connecting UI.

The changelog for the app is rather extensive. Here’s what’s new, as outlined by Microsoft:

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