By Anton D. Nagy | October 4, 2011 1:42 AM
Those running Android usually get their emails via Google’s own Gmail while Windows Phone users probably prefer the Windows Live Hotmail offering. However, if you’re on Android and still use Microsoft’s Hotmail, Redmond has released a free Android app for you.
With the dedicated application you get instant notifications of an incoming email thanks to the usage of push email. The app allows you to sync calendar and contacts, view Hotmail folders and sub folders, send pictures from your phone using Hotmail, and set up multiple accounts. You can get the application for free or you can always use the Exchange Hotmail as it works flawlessly with Android too.
Source: Android Market