A fun fact about Outlook is that, while most people think that Outlook is an email application, that is incorrect. Microsoft built Outlook to be a personal information manager since it contains features like a calendar, task manager, contact manager, note taking and much more. However, users are not so keen on using those features, as smartphones these days have those features built right in.
Outlook Android Update
Today, Microsoft released a new update for Outlook’s Android app. First reported by MSPowerUser, the new update bumps up the app version to 3.0.26. The update is not major, however, for some users, it might just be a major update.
The update increases the font in the calendar widget. This makes it easier for the user to read. This will very important to users with vision impairment as this will make it immensely easier for them to read the text. This also just might get ex-users to use the Outlook widget again.
Other than this, Microsoft has also added some performance optimization and bug fixes. However, Microsoft have not mentioned what these bug fixes are.
You can download the new updated Outlook for Android here.