Microsoft has today released a new update to its Android Outlook application and moved the software from its beta development stage into a final release.
The new Microsoft Outlook Android app is now available to download for free from the Google Play Store, if you haven’t already installed the previous beta release.
The Android and look at has been designed to automatically automatically triages your inbox for you, surfacing your most important email and pushing less relevant emails further down the pile.Other features include a swipe to quickly delete, archive, or schedule messages, as well as the ability to schedule emails and they will return to your inbox at a later time.
“The official Microsoft Outlook app for Android phones and tablets. Outlook is a free email app that helps you get more done from anywhere with one unified view of your email, calendar, contacts, and attachments.
Outlook automatically surfaces your most important messages – across all your email accounts. Swipe to quickly delete, archive, or schedule messages you want to handle later. Easily view your calendar, share available times, and schedule meetings. And attach files from your email, OneDrive, or Dropbox with just a few taps.”
Jump over to the Google Play store to download your copy of the Android Outlook application or visit the official Microsoft Office Blog via the link below.Filed Under: Android News, Technology News