Sway is already available on the Web and iOS. Sway on iPad can create, view and share Sways in landscape mode and a Remix button allows user to quickly try out new layouts and styles.

Microsoft has added some new features on the iPad app that apply to iPhone users too. Microsoft has simplified the process for adding pictures video and text and a new Edit and Preview toggle that lets user to switch go from rafting posts to testing how their audience will see them.

Furthermore, the iOS apps now support six more languages in addition to English, which are Spanish, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese.

Meanwhile, Microsoft will release a native version of the app later this summer for Windows 10. A Windows 10 Mobile app will also be released later. The iOS user can download app from the App Store on iPad or an updated iPhone app.