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We're excited to announce a major upgrade for our Outlook.com app for Android devices that overhauls the entire user interface and provides a number of new features. You can get the latest app here.
We believe that the best mobile experience is enabled through Exchange ActiveSync--which provides a rich, powerful, network-optimized experience for Windows Phone, iOS and other mobile devices. However, native support for Exchange ActiveSync on Android devices varies significantly and so we build a separate app to ensure as many people as possible can have a great Outlook.com experience across all their devices.
As you've heard us talk about previously, the overall response to Outlook.com has been very positive. However, our Android app has been behind and so we're excited to take this large step forward. Starting today, you can get the same great Outlook.com look and feel you've come to love on Windows 8 and the web on your Android device.
In addition to the great new look, we've added a number of other features including conversation threading, filters for unread and flagged mail, as well as the ability to mark messages as junk. We hope you like all the new changes. Get the update here and let us know what you think.
--Steve Kafka, Outlook.com Program Management
UPDATE May 23, 2013:
Based on your feedback since this release of the Outlook.com app for Android devices, we've made the following improvements that are now available in the Google Play store:
Good upgrade but subject font is way too big.
any update on how to fix the authentication problem?
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Any word on if/when this will support Office 365?
I think you release that app too soon! 4 of my friend at the office cannot use it on their android phone, and you disable the old Hotmail app then they cannot read their mail (They send you a big round of applause).
Also, why do you make that subject font size so BIG. I cannot read the subject of nearly 80% of my emails.
Why do you have remove the capabability to zoom out the content of an html email. Now, I cannot zoom out to see a full page of an email (like it was possible in the Hotmail app) I need to scroll, scroll, scrool. I just have a Samsung Galaxy S3 phone not a 10 inches tablet.
Unless this can be resolved, it's a deal-breaker for me. The current situation makes outgoing emails look unprofessional and like my email client isn't set up correctly...
Problem with Outlook Android app validation
I've recently had to upgrade my Hotmail app to Outlook on Android. I've tried logging in but Outlook is trying to authenticate my account but I keep getting a message saying 'Authentication failed - Authentication was not successful - Try Again'.
I know that my log in details are correct. I've logged into a desktop version of Outlook without any problems so it would appear to me that this is a problem with the app. My problem is that I am no longer able to revert back to my Hotmail app and am left without any e-mail application at all.
I am using a Samsung Galaxy Ace with Android version 2.2.1
Now I can't access my email at all. PLEASE fix this, otherwise I'll have to switch to other mail account.
Mr. STEVE, IF YOU ARE THERE CAN YOU PLEASE LET ME KNOW WHAT IS GOING ON AND WHY THIS IS HAPPENING, MANY PEOPLE ARE FACING THE SAME PROBLEM THEY CAN BE READ AT "MICROSOFT COMMUNITY"
Great app! But it will be better if we can also save attached docs on the cloud like Skydrive.
Hey everyone, we're working on the sign in issue that some of you are experiencing. In the meantime, you can use our mobile browse site, http://m.mail.live.com, or try to setup ActiveSync on the built in client on your device, use the steps here windows.microsoft.com/.../send-receive-from-app, under "Apps that support Exchange ActiveSync."
A mí me sucede exactamente lo mismo!!!
Mark - you can still move mails across folders. The folder icon with the arrow is "move."
I've just updated my Hotmail app. BIG MISTAKE!!! Now I can't use the old app and the new app is horrendous. What's up with the humongous font that cannot be changed? I can see the first few letters of maybe five emails. It's very hard to distinguish between read and unread mail.
With that font size the app is all but unusable.
Please re-enable Hotmail app until font issues are fixed. It is obvious the app was not tested with older lower resolution phones. The font is big on newer phones but unusable in older ones. On my phone the "Justin Cooperman" in the example would show as "Justin Coop"
Thanks, Steve. I figured it out. It appears if you don't have the Deleted folder set to "sync" the "move" option is not presented. But once sync is enabled for the Deleted folder (not the default setting), all is well.
So I upgraded from the previous Hotmail app on my Galaxy Note 2. But now my recipients are getting my emails with the email address as the "From" name instead of my actual name. The previous Hotmail app was fine. This is really not going well for me. Please fix this asap, thanks.