Outlook for Android now supports email from providers that use IMAP as well as from Exchange servers, Outlook.com, Gmail, iCloud, and Yahoo. The latest version of the app also has a few other improvements.
Among other things, you can now:
- Customize gestures so that a swipe can archive, delete, flag, move, schedule, or mark a message as read or unread.
- View your calendar in a 3-day mode in landscape. This is in addition to the existing Agenda and Day views.
- There’s an option for directory search that lets you look up contact details for someone that’s in your company but not in your personal contact list.
- Icons, fonts, and navigation have been tweaked to both feel like Outlook on other devices, but also to function like a native Android app.
Outlook for Android is available for free from the Google Play Store.