Microsoft’s plans for the app came into full focus Thursday when the company rolled out a new version of the app, now rebranded as Outlook.
With a focus on productivity and features geared toward businesses and power users alike, the new Outlook apps fill what, up until now, was a pretty big hole in Microsoft’s mobile offerings.
Multiple accounts and a more “focused” inbox
One of the most notable aspects of the Outlook app is that you don’t actually need a Microsoft email account to use it. In addition to Outlook.com and Exchange accounts, the app also supports Yahoo, iCloud and Gmail accounts as well as Box, Google Drive and Dropbox for storage …