January 30th, 2015
The other day, Microsoft released a version of Outlook that will run on iOS devices: your iPhone and iPad. After a quick look and some struggles getting it configured, my opinion is that it’s a very good initial release, but it isn’t finished, yet.
Like the built-in iOS Mail app, there are pre-made settings to configure common types of e-mail, like Exchange, Yahoo, gMail and Outlook.com. Right now, these are the only choices, so you can’t use it for POP or IMAP service (if you’re using mail with your own web address, like flisser.com, POP or IMAP is probably what you use). The good news is that support for these services will be available in a future release.
Download the app for free from the App Store.