Back in September, I began examining alternatives to Google Inbox, which is being retired at the end of March.
Recent Outlook for iOS Stories
The big new Outlook for iOS redesign is now rolling out to all users.
Microsoft is revamping the Outlook experience on iOS.
With Google killing off Inbox, I'm searching for simple email clients for the PC/web and mobile. And my first option is an old favorite.
Microsoft's haphazard way of updating Outlook across its many supported platforms is undermining the product.
Microsoft announced a major update to Outlook on Android and iOS, adding several top-requested calendar features.
Microsoft has begun external testing of a major update to the Outlook for Android and iOS search experience.
Microsoft has finally added its biggest feature request to Outlook for Android and iOS: The ability to edit contacts.
Microsoft has released a major update to Outlook for Android and iOS, with new conversation and navigation experiences.
Here's some great news for users of Outlook for Android and iOS: Microsoft is delivering a major update that adds the ability to edit contacts.
Microsoft announced today that Groups is starting to rollout via Outlook on Mac, iOS, and Android. This feature is already available on Windows and the web.
Microsoft recently upgraded Outlook Mobile for iOS with add-in capabilities for email. Here's how it works.
This week, Microsoft announced add-ins for Outlook Mobile, starting on iOS. This is an important step for Outlook Mobile and for mobile productivity apps in general.
Microsoft today announced the two-year anniversary of Outlook Mobile for Android and iOS. And starting today, the iOS version is gaining a new add-ins capability.
This week, Microsoft issued a fairly major update to Outlook for iOS that addresses a few of that app's shortcomings.
Outlook for iOS is picking up a great feature from the desktop version of the app: the scheduling assistant. But you'll need to add an Office 365 commercial account to see it.
Ladies and gentlemen, a moment of silence. In tandem with a major update to the calendaring functionality in its Outlook Mobile app, Microsoft has finally retired the standalone Sunrise calendar app.
Today, Microsoft announced a major update to Outlook Mobile for Android and iPhone, adding several new features to its Calendar component. And a few of them were inspired by the Sunrise app that Microsoft will soon retire.
Microsoft this week revealed its schedule for shutting down Sunrise, the mobile app calendar it purchased in early 2015. With all relevant Sunrise functionality being made available in Outlook Mobile since the acquisition, Microsoft will shut down Sunrise on August 31, 2016.
Microsoft announced today that is opening up its Outlook app on Android and iOS to support third-party tasks, events and notes in Calendar. So Outlook calendar on these popular mobile platforms will soon work with Wunderlist, Facebook and Evernote.
An update to the Outlook apps for Android and iOS this week adds Skype Call scheduling, new calendar features, improved navigation, and more. And yes, Windows 10 Mobile users will get Skype Call scheduling in a future update.
I've been spending a lot of time with Microsoft's mobile apps for Android and iOS, and comparing them to the built-in platform apps and to other competition.
Businesses that have deployed Outlook for Android and iOS can now manage those devices using new MDM capabilities in Office 365 or Microsoft Intune.