The IT major has taken the curtains off some more features for its Outlook desktop app, Outlook for iOS / Android mobile apps, as well as the company’s Outlook.com webmail service.
Microsoft has launched the Outlook.com beta. This is “an opt-in web experience where you can try out new product innovations and let us [Microsoft] know what you think.”
Microsoft is bringing apps and add-ins to its Outlook for iOS email application.
The integration means users can get more things done right from their Inbox — from finding restaurants for a dinner with friends to setting up a ride to get there or paying a portion of the tab.