Microsoft has now released a slightly simpler Android version of the Outlook mobile app, an app designed to work on phones with slightly lower performance as well as in places where network bandwidth may not be too high.
The new app is called Outlook Lite and with it you can use email services from Microsoft Outlook.com, Hotmail, Live, MSN, Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Exchange Online. The app is only 5MB in size and is designed to save space when you store email, attached files and other things on your mobile phone. Outlook Lite is also designed to play with 2G and 3G networks as this is the only one available in the mobile network way.
Initially, Outlook Lite will be released for Android users in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, India, Mexico, Peru, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey and Venezuela. Microsoft wrote that the app may be launched in other markets in the future.
Coming this month
Microsoft is working on a smaller and faster Outlook app for Android, called Outlook Lite and coming out this month. Microsoft describes the app as “an Android app that brings the greatest benefits of Outlook to a smaller application size with fast performance for low-cost devices on any network.” According to ZDNet, this application should already be available in many countries, but Microsoft is now ready to expand the application to several regions.
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