Outlook just got a little better for iOS and Android users. Microsoft’s Outlook team added some more new features to Outlook on iOS, including Calendar Apps to view your information from Outlook.com, Office 365, Gmail, iCloud and others all the while you browse through your email.
Calendar Apps for Outlook provides iOS and Android users the ability to connect their other apps like Wunderlist, Facebook, and Evernote to see your tasks, events, and notes all within your Outlook calendar. The added functionality on Calendar Apps for Outlook will be a welcome addition to iOS and Android users.
Microsoft’s Sunrise team has been working diligently bringing extra calendar integration features to Outlook on iOS and Android. Sunrise has already helped add a two-week mini-calendar, a three-day view, and an iOS calendar widget to Outlook on iOS and Android.
If you have a suggestion on how to improve Outlook for iOS and Android, let Microsoft know from within the app itself (Settings > Help & Support > Suggest a Feature). Stay tuned to WinBeta for more Outlook news, as Microsoft plans to include additional app integrations, including Skype for Business, OneNote and more.