Outlook Web Access Is Finally Coming To Android

Last July, Microsoft released an iOS app specifically designed to replicate the features of its Outlook Web Access (OWA) browser-based interface, but in a native iOS environment for business Office 365 users. This week, it has announced plans to do the same for Android, saying a native app will be available soon.

It’s possible to read Office 365 email in the built-in Android email client, but the OWA options adds support for additional features such as rights management. The move comes just a week after a full-blown Office suite for iPad was released, though that suite doesn’t include Outlook or OWA. No fixed release date yet, but we’re assuming this will appear sooner rather than later.

The evolution of email [Office Blogs]

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