Microsoft Outlook for iOS gains new Search-related features, major improvements

Outlook has just received a new update on iOS that brings a handful of improvements meant to enhance the Search experience. The first thing you’ll notice after the update is that Search now has its own tab on a simplified navigation bar.

However, the most important addition to the app is the option to search for emails, files, and contacts in multiple accounts from a single search box. Furthermore, Microsoft added a new sport for the search icon, at the bottom of Outlook. In order to get access to top contacts, upcoming itineraries, package deliveries and recent attachments, simply tap on …


SwiftKey keyboard app gets Outlook email predictions on Android, lots of new languages

If you’ve been using Microsoft’s SwiftKey keyboard app for at least several months, then you know the developers are adding new features and improvements very often. On the other hand, if you’re a relatively new user, you should trust us when we say SwiftKey is getting better and better with each update.

Although the last update released by the team behind SwiftKey is not necessarily a major one, it brings a very important improvement related to Microsoft’s Outlook email app. Starting with this version of SwiftKey for Android, the keyboard app will offer users personalized …

Microsoft updates Outlook for Android with new Group features

Good news for Outlook for Android users, as Microsoft has just released a new version of the app that brings important new Group features. The new features announced over the weekend are available to all Office 365 users via Outlook for Android.

First off, Microsoft added the option to create or delete a group directly from the phone, something that wasn’t possible until today. Also, the new version of Outlook allows users to edit a group and add or remove group members.

The Groups function, along with the new features introduced, can be easily accessed from the app’s sidebar. In …

Microsoft updates Outlook for iOS, here is what's new

After delivering a major Outlook update last week on both Android and iOS platforms, Microsoft is now bringing a couple of new feature to iPhone users.

Unlike the previous update that added many improvements to shared calendars feature, the new version of Outlook for iOS is more related to the Groups feature.

The first important new feature the update brings is the ability to create or delete a group directly from the phone. Aside from that, Outlook users can now edit a group and add or remove group members.

As long as you have an Office 365 account, …

Microsoft enables shared calendars feature on Outlook for Android and iOS


Microsoft’s Outlook for mobiles has just been updated with a new, important feature that will allow users to sync all Office365 shared calendars to their smartphones for any permission level, including view, edit, or delegate.

Besides these options, Android and iOS users will be able to share a calendar or accept shared calendar invitations from Outlook. Microsoft announced that the existing shared calendars will not be upgraded when the new feature will be rolled out, so they will continue to sync only to Outlook on the desktop.

Basically, this means that only shared calendars …

Microsoft's Outlook gains full screen view on iPad, many Calendar improvements

Microsoft has just released a new version of Outlook for iOS devices. Among the few important improvements included there’s one aimed at iPad users. The rest of the changes apply to all iOS devices running Outlook app.

With the latest version of Outlook, iPad users will have an easier time reading emails since the app now offers a full-screen view. The rest of the changes include performance improvements and bug fixes meant to make Outlook better than ever.

Finally, the Office team added a small change to the calendar icon, which is now moving as users are scrolling through their days …

Microsoft updates Outlook for Android with add-ins, Gmail will soon get the same treatment

Microsoft launched add-ins for Outlook on iOS early this year but promised to provide the same features on the rival platform. Well, today is the day that Outlook users on Android get to benefit from the same functionality.

The Redmond-based company is now rolling out add-ins to Outlook on Android users with Outlook.com and Office 365 commercial email accounts. On top of the that, Microsoft announced that it will bring add-ins to Gmail users on both Android and iOS platforms.

Aside from the add-ins that made their debut on iOS such as Evernote, Microsoft Dynamics 365, Microsoft Translator, …

Microsoft overhauls navigation, conversations and search in Outlook for Android and iOS

Unsurprisingly, Microsoft is constantly improving its services due to the fierce competition with other giants in the smartphone industry. Although the company gave up its hardware business, Microsoft still has a lot of apps on just about all mobile platforms.

Outlook is one of those apps that provide one of the most valuable services for consumers and businesses: email. The latest version of Outlook promises to reshape the way users navigate, chat and search within the application.

The Redmond-based company has just announced that it launched a new Outlook …

Microsoft pushes major Outlook update to Android and iOS devices

Outlook users rejoice, as Microsoft has just released a new update for both the Android and iOS platforms. Although it doesn’t add too many new features, it’s worth noting that all the changes included are meant to improve the way users manage contacts.

First off, the update brings the ability to add and edit contacts directly from Outlook on iOS. Android users will get this feature as well, but it hasn’t been included in this update. Furthermore, the contact card has been completely redesigned to offer users more details, including the newest conversations …

Microsoft adds Shared Calendars feature to Outlook for iOS

Microsoft quietly released a new update for its Outlook app for iOS. The update brings a single new feature that expands the app’s functionality, Shared Calendars.

With Shared Calendars, Outlook users will be able to see who they’re sharing their calendar with. In order to do that, they should just tap on the settings wheel next to their calendar’s name.

Aside from the option to see who you’re sharing the calendar with, you will also be able to see the default permissions that other in the same organization have.

In addition, Outlook users on iOS will be able to share their …