Microsoft announced on January 29 the availability of Outlook for iOS and a preview of Outlook for Android. The apps are live in the iOS App store and Google Play stores and provide a high quality email experience along with traditional Outlook features.
These apps, along with Android Office apps being finalized, are all about Microsoft making sure it has its products where customers are consuming content. With the company no longer saying that Windows will be first, as noted by the fact that both iOS and Android now have touch versions of Office available while the Windows version is still in development, it lets consumers choose the device that works best for them and still allows them access to Microsoft software.
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