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Stay connected and organised at work, at home and on the go with Outlook Mobile

Johanna Winqvist

Johanna Winqvist

Microsoft, Modern Workplace

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Outlook Mobile was launched with a mission to deliver the best on-the-go email and calendar app.  An app combining the best possible customer experience with enterprise security – all designed uniquely for a mobile-first experience.

Today, Outlook Mobile is used on more than 100 million iOS and Android devices and continues to receive high ratings. Here’s why:

  • Stay connected and organised. Outlook Mobile for iOS and Android brings you the best of Office 365 in one place: emails, contacts, files, calendar events, online meetings and more, so you can work efficiently wherever you are.
  • Intelligence that anticipates your needs. Search helps you find what you need, fast. Intelligent reminders notify you when it’s time to leave for your next appointment. Travel and reservations are automatically added to your calendar.
  • Security you can trust. Outlook works around the clock to protect your confidential information, wherever you are, without getting in your way. You don’t need to worry about online threats or staying compliant with your company policies, Outlook Mobile has got you covered.

Outlook Mobile is designed for a mobile first world. It brings what’s most important to you front and centre, so you can get things done even when you have just a few seconds to spare…

Do you have Outlook Mobile installed on your mobile device? What are you waiting for? Set up your account in Outlook for iOS or Outlook for Android.

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