Microsoft Outlook

Microsoft Outlook

By Microsoft Corporation

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2015-01-29
  • Current Version: 2.100.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 312.28 MB
  • Developer: Microsoft Corporation
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
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Description

Outlook lets you bring all your email accounts and calendars in one convenient spot. Whether it's staying on top of your inbox or scheduling the next big thing, we make it easy to be your most productive, organized, and connected self. Here's what you'll love about Outlook for iOS: - Focus on the right things with our smart inbox - we help you sort between messages you need to act on straight away and everything else. - Swipe to quickly schedule, delete and archive messages. - Share your meeting availability with just a tap and easily find times to meet with others. - Find everything you're looking for with our new search experience, including files, contacts, and your upcoming trips. - View and attach any file from your email, OneDrive, Dropbox, and more, without having to download them to your phone. - Bring all the apps you love in Outlook, including Facebook, Evernote, Trello, and more. - Open Word, Excel, or other Office document attachments to edit them directly in the corresponding app and attach them back to an email. -- Outlook for iOS works with Microsoft Exchange, Office 365, Outlook.com (including Hotmail and MSN), Gmail, Yahoo Mail, and iCloud. -- To make an in-app purchase of an Office 365 Home or Personal subscription, open the app, go to Settings, and tap on Upgrade next to your Outlook.com or Hotmail.com account. Subscriptions are currently only available in US English and begin at $6.99 a month. With an Office 365 subscription, you get 1TB of storage for each user, access to all features in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint on iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch, and you can install Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and OneNote on PCs or Macs. Office 365 subscriptions purchased from the app will be charged to your iTunes account and will automatically renew within 24 hours prior to the end of the current subscription period, unless auto-renewal is disabled beforehand. To manage your subscriptions or to disable auto-renewal, after purchase, go to your iTunes account settings. A subscription cannot be cancelled during the active subscription period. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable. Privacy and Cookies: https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=521839 Terms of Use: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=530144

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  • Customer Support - Lack of!

    1
    By Alspub
    If you’re looking to get help from customer support forget it! I had been using outlook mobile for a while and it stopped receiving and sending emails. I contacted customer support and initially received a question regarding my problem and never heard back after I answered them. I fixed the issue by completely deleting the app and reinstalling.
  • Same Old Poor

    1
    By drjwr
    PRÉCIS: How can Microsoft make terrific apps like OneDrive, Word/Excel/OneNote, Edge, and Office Lens, yet fail this app so badly? The hard words come from potential squandered; squandered mostly from two design choices, one from the original build (calendar), the other from a 2017 update (mail), which likely means that neither will be changed and that the app will limp along last in a long line of otherwise excellent MS iOS apps. MAIL: Mail remains inferior to the native iOS app. The 7/17 awful and much-disliked update made the default mail reply “Reply to All” — as though this were a social app — thus multiplying steps for many emails, including emails with multiple recipients for the original. (User complaints has forced some improvements on the ill-conceived change.) Continuing with “let’s make the app more laborious,” that update gave us a sliding shelf, which produces ADHD steps like this: From the All Accounts Inbox, it takes ten steps with flashing shelf to check a sub-folder in two different accounts and return to the All Accounts Inbox; or, to overview four email accounts, each with a different purpose, in order to decide which account to begin working on, it takes eight steps. It’s all so dizzying that you run for the Zofran, or for the Xanax because it’s so overwhelming. Then, also, with that update the different Gmail accounts were suddenly labeled only with the Google “G,” making them indistinguishable from each other. When customer howling awakened Microsoft, what we got was mail identified by non-customizable colored circles with initials. It’s ugly. Try Outlook.com through Safari or Edge for a superior mail (and, on the iPad, a far superior calendar) experience. Oh, the calendar: CALENDAR: Nearly 10,000 users have explicitly requested — Who knows how many more are also wanting this? — a real monthly view, rather than the useless agenda/dot view that the iOS calendar already gives us; but we’re ignored. This is a most lamentable and probably uncorrectable failure embedded in the original design. (Also, even if one likes the agenda/dot format, this is a particularly poor execution, far worse than the native app and the awful and over-rated Fantastical. An example? The monthly view with dots only extends when the date is tapped, but, then, in inexplicably bad design, this extended monthly view rolls back up with a scroll through the agenda. Gosh, it’s awful.) POSITIVES: Are there positives? Only one: Integration with Office software. That’s it. TO SUM: I have to use the native app for mail; then switch to this app if a document needs work; then switch to Google Calendar or Calendars 5 for a real calendar, to see a pattern of meetings over the coming weeks and month. FAIL: This app completely fails at what it intends to be — a single, integrated, professional work app; and, in that regard, it’s as distant as could be from Outlook on the desktop. (And, as a final comment: How about a toggle-off switch for the unprofessional graphics and icons, as Google calendar offers for its artwork? Who wants, for example, a molar icon to appear on their professional calendar; or, “write something fabulous” to appear in drafts? “Fabulous” would be books, or professional journal and encyclopedia articles, not emails.)
  • What an Amazing Tool!

    5
    By Aguilanegrax3
    This app is fantastic! Love the see less interface and features that help me easily manage my calendar and email.
  • Loving Outlook

    5
    By Synetta73
    Outlook is an amazing tool to use when I am away from my laptop. It keeps me updated on what is going on with the foster families, county caseworkers, and other members who apart of the treatment team.
  • Crashes now

    1
    By Mikealbany
    After iOS 12 the app crashes after 2 minutes of being open. Also cannot compose email or reply. Tried to contact support from the app but you guessed it, it crashes before it’s don’t collecting diagnostics.
  • typical crap from MS

    1
    By madscientest
    no, task, no reminders, not useable, not outlook. what a waste of hard drive space. Would rather just use safari to log into office. MS actually wants me/you to use ANOTHER app for a to-do list. what a joke! hahaha Don't waste your time with this crap.
  • Email disappearing

    2
    By SneibMyuu
    Some of my emails are disappearing or they just wouldn’t appear on the app (but they do appear on the computer so I know they should be there). Please fix this because I really don’t like having to go to my computer to check if I’m actually getting all my emails.
  • assessment

    5
    By Alzaiyd
    I think it’s necessary nowadays
  • Multiple Calendars on Mobil

    4
    By Social Woker - Bronx
    I like this app an awful lot, especially the fingerprint login on mobile. The only thing I wish is to be able to see other people’s shared calendars on the mobile app.
  • Nice

    5
    By Hales51
    Great app for our business

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