As Outlook.com celebrates 25 million users Microsoft makes it even easier for users to switch to its own e-mail offering from Gmail. To make things even smoother the Redmond-based company has released its own Outlook.com application for Android users.

You can, of course, easily send and receive e-mails with this application; the key features highlight push notifications, calendar and contact sync with on-device data, ability to send, receive, and view photos and other attachments as well as compatibility with multiple Outlook.com accounts. If you prefer Microsoft’s e-mail, calendar and contact offering against Google’s while still running the Mountain View platform, check out the app at the source link below.

Source: Microsoft, Google Play Store

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