Microsoft Outlook is the official app for the popular Microsoft email client for Android that’ll let you easily and comfortably manage your email accounts.
The official Microsoft’s Outlook mobile app has been revamped to offer a more user-friendly experience. Its design is now neater and polished, navigation feels more mobile native and a great deal of features have been added to put it at the level it was supposed to be since the beginning. Thus, you can expect automatic email filtering, mobile gestures to schedule or delete emails, calendar, OneDrive integraton, multi-account and many many other advanced features.
Like most apps of this kind, Microsoft Outlook includes pop-up notifications every time you receive an email (although this can be deactivated), calendar and contact synchronization, and folder viewing and synching. In fact, you can use your folders to easily filter all incoming mail.
Apart from all this, Microsoft Outlook lets you sync several email accounts on your Android device and keep them all active at the same time. Of course, when it comes to writing emails, you can choose between the different accounts, attach files, and do all the other things you can do on the desktop version of the program.
Microsoft Outlook is quite a useful email management tool that will prove to be really easy-to-use for those who use the desktop version. It is, in short, a (more or less) interesting alternative to the undisputed king of email clients on Android: Gmail.
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- Android: 4.0 and up
- Version: V2.0.57
- Size: 19.75MB
- Unlike previous versions, Outlook is now a complete and mobile-native email manager. Besides the features already mentioned, you can add your Gmail, Yahoo, iCloud and other accounts (including cloud storage services like Dropbox and Box) as well as manage contacts directly from the app.