Microsoft has launched Outlook for Android and iOS phones and tablets and can be bought now.
It is reported that the new app will replace all Outlook-branded apps, including the Outlook.com app for Android and the rather limited OWA apps for Android and iOS that only work for paying Office 365 subscribers. Microsoft recommends that Outlook.com users on Android switch to the new Outlook app.
The Outlook app will support Office 365, Exchange, Outlook.com, Yahoo! Mail and Gmail, as well as most other email providers. The Outlook app also allows you to send attachments through many cloud services, including Microsoft’s own OneDrive, Dropbox and others. The new Outlook supports swipe gestures, which you can customize to your need.
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