After formally abandoning the Windows 10 Mobile operating system, Microsoft moved from initial competition to cooperation, rolling out a variety of applications on Android and iOS platforms, and preliminary statistics show that several apps are developing well. Microsoft announced another big news today, with Microsoft Outlook’s 100 million downloads in the Play Marketplace reaching a new milestone.
With almost all Android phones pre-installed with Google’s Gmail email app, Microsoft’s Outlook is not easy and proud of its impressive success. In fact, Outlook isn’t the only Microsoft app to be popular with Android users, with SwiftKey, which has been downloaded more than 500 million times in the Play Marketplace.
Outlook currently has a 4.4 (out of 5) rating on the Play Marketplace, and you can install Microsoft Outlook on your Android smartphone via this link.