It’s no surprise that the native Mail app for iOS has a ways to go before people start ditching their 3rd-Party email clients. Until then, Microsoft has decided to throw Outlook into the game as a contender for iOS users looking to get more email productivity from their mobile device.
First it was Office for iPad, now it’s Microsoft Outlook for iOS. Microsoft’s CEO wasn’t kidding with his “Mobile First” strategy and has extended it to multiple platforms. Outlook for iOS the mobile equivalent to the powerful desktop version that not only lets iPhone and iPad users work towards that email unicorn dubbed “inbox zero”, but also lets users quickly access their Outlook calendars, people, and attach files using OneDrive and other premium cloud storage services.
Now IT departments can now let those insistent iOS employees quickly access their Exchange servers and Office 365 services without jumping through a bunch of CalDAV and CardDAV hoops with the native iOS Mail app.
Your more, Apple
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