Nearly a year after launching Outlook Web App for iOS, Microsoft is bringing the productivity app to Android today.
Nearly a year after launching Outlook Web App for iOS, Microsoft is bringing the productivity app to Android today. But don't get too excited yet, as it is still a pre-release.
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According to Steve Chew, Microsoft's Senior Product Marketing Manager, the pre-release version is meant to gather user feedback, fix potential bugs, and ensure that the app is "ready for prime time."
Outlook Web App (OWA) for Android is also limited to a few devices, at least for now. Microsoft plans to add more devices in the future.
To use the app, your device must run Android 4.4 Kit Kat or higher. Also, your mailbox must be running Office 365 for business (doesn’t include Office 365 personal, Office 365 Home or Outlook.com).
In addition to the aforementioned requirements, your device must be considered "small" or "normal." Sorry, phablets and tablets aren't supported for the meantime.
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You may download the app from the Google Play Store.