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New 'mailbox' features. (Get it?)
Taking a leaf out of the Gmail-focused app Mailbox, you can swipe to the left and display two options. One is a simple delete button, which is marked in bright red — compared to the rest of the interface, it stands out, but arguably looks out of place. The other is a "more" button that gives the user another slide-up menu from the bottom.
Lots of white space, simplicity
This is the menu that slides up from the bottom of the screen. Note even more translucency effects — you can clearly see the red "trash" button in the background. There's lots of white space, in line with the platform's design.
Reading email messages
The core reading and writing experience has not changed significantly. It's easier to read overall, thanks to the white space and clean feel to the email, sort of like an actual document in your hand. Core features have been added to the bottom of the screen — flag, delete, reply, and so on. But there still isn't any Gmail- or Exchange-specific features that can be taken advantage of.