Comes with Microsoft Outlook app for Office 365 users on iOS




Microsoft has versions of its Outlook client for iPhone and iPad users released. The apps are free, but can only be used in conjunction with an Office 365 subscription using. Versions for users who work through their own Exchange server, follow later.

Microsoft unveiled the two iOS apps in an extensive blog posting . Although the apps called OWA, which stands for Outlook Web Access, Microsoft goes according to native apps. The design elements used have little away from other iOS apps, the interface is based on Windows Phone 8 minimalist layout and displays on the screen the famous tiles again. On the iPad app makes use of a layout with a left column for an email list and a reading pane on the right, while the iPhone version a layout with a single column used.

With the app, users can e-mail, calendars and contacts consult, as long as they an Office 365 subscription and at least one iPhone 4S or iPad 2 with iOS 6 or higher. There is support for push notifications for new emails and calendar appointments, and it is also possible to operate via voice control. Apps The apps can be used without problems in Microsoft’s offline, any changes made are synchronized when an Internet connection is available.

Microsoft promises with versions of the apps out that can connect to a separate Exchange Server and Office 365 for which no subscription is required later this year.
OWA for iPhone and iPad


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