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Microsoft has launched new apps "Outlook for iOS" and "Outlook for Android" using the code of Acompli, which it acquired at the end of 2014.First impression of "Windows 10" technical preview (updated version)-A sense of unity deepened by Cortana and Continuum
Microsoft launched the official version of Outlook for iOS and the preview version of Outlook for Android on January 29th. These new Outlook apps support email services such as Office 365, Exchange, Outlook.com, and Gmail.
Microsoft intends to replace the Outlook Web App for iOS and Android with the Outlook.com app for Android, but it won't do it right away. The Outlook Web App and Outlook.com apps will continue to be available in their respective app stores for the next few months. However, Microsoft plans to discontinue the Outlook Web App and Outlook.com app for iOS and Android by the summer of 2015, company officials said.Microsoft officially releases "Office" for "Android" tablets
Acompli, led by former Zimbra and VMware executives, released the iOS version of its email app in April 2014, followed by the Android version in September 2014. The mobile application "Acompli" had a calendar function integrated with Exchange and Gmail.
On the 29th, Microsoft announced the official release of "Microsoft Office" for "Android" tablets, which had been previewed so far.
This article was edited by Asahi Interactive for Japan from an article from overseas CBS Interactive.
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