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.
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.
It still lacks of some management features such as creating new folders and filters directly from the app or managing your preferences at a deeper level (adding logos to your signature, canned responses...).
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by Manu , Appszoom
Feb 09, 2015