Microsoft Outlook and [Android App]

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Maybe Microsoft Outlook for Android will replace Android app, but the important for me is features of the earlier application still exist in the new application.

I wrote above is my own reflection when knowing Microsoft Outlook for Android is launched.
I have using free web-based email service from the name is Windows Live, then change to and I followed. Also use the Android application for long time. The feature I like is it supported alias that is one of the web-mail feature, so no need to manually change the alias that I use every time I send an email from my Android.

Here the set of Android app features

  • Get emails right away with push notifications
  • Sync Calendar and Contacts with your device
  • View and sync folders and sub-folders
  • Choose from 8 different color themes to personalize your experience.
  • Group your email conversations with Conversation Threading
  • Utilize server-side search for easy finding through all your history of emails.
  • Sync multiple accounts and send email from aliases

You can download it from Play Store. Android app

And now Microsoft Outlook for Android seems to have stabilized and no longer use the name “Preview”.

That thing influenced me to switch. I’ve ever tried before and it did seem better, but frills name “Preview” was holding me. Send email with alias is supported and here you can attach file more easy, not only offline files, but you can take from cloud storage service like OneDrive, Dropbox, Google Drive.

  • Swipe to quickly delete, archive, or schedule messages.
  • Schedule emails and they will return to your inbox at a later time.
  • Switching between your email and calendar apps is a thing of the past. Outlook includes your calendar and notifies you with appointment reminders.
  • Find available meeting times and share them in email or schedule a meeting.
  • View and attach any file from your email, OneDrive, Dropbox, and other accounts with just a few taps.
  • Send large files even if you haven’t downloaded them to your phone.
  • Filter your inbox to only show messages that are unread, flagged, or have attachments, with a single tap.
  • Quickly find the right messages, people and files by typing just a few letters.
  • Outlook shows people you communicate with most often, and lets you conveniently drill down to see all related emails, meetings and files.

You can download it from Play Store.

Microsoft Outlook for Android

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