Hotmail to Outlook.com Android is one of the newest rumours in the market. Perhaps, you may or maybe not be aware of Microsoft rebooted Hotmail as Outlook.com and mainly continue give up Hotmail. A lot of people now signed up for the new services of the Outlook.com with a million words that comes to different individual’s mouth. Despite the fact that Outlook.com’s user interface mesh with Windows 8, but still it does show text based ads and you will need to shell out an annual fee of about $19.99 if you want an ad free screen for what is known as Hotmail Plus.
According to a Macworld report, Outlook.com can be possibly used on a tablet or smart phone, iOS, Windows phone and android. Outlook.com can be sync to the smart phone or any other computer via Exchange ActiveSync and syncs with Outlook 2013 that knows as the email client of Office Suite 2013.
Outlook.com Andriod, smartphones, iOS, and windows phones brings integrated access to Microsoft’s Office Web Apps which are known as a cloud based version of the PowerPoint, Word, Excel and OneNote that enables the user to view, save and edit within the browser itself.
You can still keep your own addresses if you use Outlook.com Android, smartphones, iOS, and windows phones, and ending with hotmail.com, live.com and msn.com while switching to the new user interface. At some point of the games, though there is no civic time line, Microsoft will force everyone to use the new Outlook.com, but stated that when the preview bundles up, the users will be upgraded to Outlook.
So the question now is, how does an Andriod user use this new Outlook.com Android, smartphones or tablet to these devices?
The simple way to this is to either hit up the Oulook.com website by means of your browser, or you can just alternately download the Hotmail Android app from Google Play.
So are you one of the Outlook.com Android users now? And if so, what do you think of the new user interface of it? Does the new interface and functionalities fit your taste? Which is better, the new Outlook.com Android or the old Hotmail look?