Microsoft is working on a smaller and faster Outlook like app for Android. The software giant has detailed the app in its Microsoft 365 road map where it describes outlook Lite as an Android app that brings the main reimbursement of outlook in a smaller app size with fast performance for low end devices on any network.
The road map reveals that the Outlook Lite will be obtainable worldwide at some point this month. Microsoft own documentation on Outlook Lite suggests the app will be limited to only Outlook, Hotmail, Live and MSN accounts and won’t support work or school accounts.
Meta was one of the first big tech agencies to create a slimmed down model of its unique Facebook Lite appeared in 2015 as just aa 1 MB app aimed in a straight line at developing markets. Google followed with its line of go light weight Android apps including Gmail go in 2018. Outlook mobile is one of the most popular email apps on Android with more than 500 million downloads on Google Play Store.
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Some people recommend Outlook as the best iOS email app and a top choice on Android. Microsoft is also testing a latest Outlooks for window app. The latest app is in testing and is based on out looks on the web. It will in the long run replace the Outlook for window app in the years ahead. The road map will reveal that the Outlook Lite will be accessible worldwide at some point this month. Google followed with its line of go light weight Android apps, including Gmail go in 2018.