Sway comes out of preview and is now available on Windows 10

Rebecca Lambert
Rebecca Lambert
By Rebecca Lambert on 06 August 2015
Sway comes out of preview and is now available on Windows 10

Microsoft’s web presentation tool and latest addition to the Office suite has officially moved out of preview mode and is now available as a Windows 10 app too.

Sway, which allows users to build interactive reports using images, videos and text, was first introduced by Microsoft ten months ago as a new way to create multimedia presentations. Key features include automated design elements and responsive design, so that users’ creations are presented in the most professional manner. In this latest general release, Microsoft has also taken the opportunity to add new layout and publishing capabilities too.

The Sway for Windows 10 app is very similar to the web client version, which Microsoft has been rolling out to Office 365 business and education customers since May. What’s different, though, is that some elements of it can also be used offline.

Microsoft has confirmed that its new Windows 10 app is currently just available for PCs and tablets, but it is working on a mobile version.

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