Microsoft Outlook Review
Outlook is one of the most famous mail client applications ever. Its mobile version for iOS and Android combines a mail client and a calendar, providing perfect interaction between the two.
User Interface & Navigation
There are three panels in Outlook: the mail client, the calendar, and the search panel between them. While the calendar displays a day, three days, a month, or agenda, a mail block displays you the list of emails received. Composing an email or sending it to multiple recipients is done with generic buttons.
The menu is always behind the sandwich button in the top left corner, but its contents change depending on what part of the app you’re in. Search menu lets you search through your mail and events, as well as through documents on OneDrive. The recent ones are shown on the page by default.
Though Outlook is also a free mail service now, the Outlook app supports other mail servers as well. There are preinstalled options for popular services like Live.com, Google, MSN, Yahoo, iCloud, and so on. The same goes out to cloud calendars: you can sync the app with multiple calendars on Google, iCloud, or Outlook.com, and all the events will be editable.
Focused Inbox helps you sift the important mail from spam. It takes just a tap to switch between Focused and Other, and a tap on the menu to access smart or custom folders like Spam and Sent.
Convenience of Use
Because calendar and mail parts are quite trivial, it takes minutes to figure it all out. The hardest part of it is dealing with your mailboxes structure. But once it’s established and clear, you’ll deal with it easily.
The mobile version of Outlook is available for iOS and Android. As Microsoft ditched Windows Phone, it makes its services available on current major platforms. Both versions look almost the same, given the system interface differences.
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