Outlook Review 4/5
Text size on iPhone is too small at times - messages aren’t always visible.
Manipulating attachments is a breeze . Integration with drop box Is seamless !!!
Outlook is almost ideal 4/5
By pH Factor
Microsoft needs to implement the Rules functionality that is available on the desktop (client) version. That will make this product 5 stars plus! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Needs Work 3/5
I tried this app for a week because occasionally the Apple mail app wouldn’t show certain emails. But here are my issues: 1. It pushes emails just fine, but doesn’t recognize when I check my emails on another device like my computer. This is a pain because I then have to open my phone, open the app and let it refresh so it clears the alerts or I think I still have emails. 2. There is no flexibility with the alerts. I’ve used both android and iOS, but the reason I stay with iOS is the flexibility I have with alerts. I can have it show everything, show only who the text/email is from, show that I have a text/email or not show anything. With Android, you can show all or nothing. This app is like android. It either shows everything or nothing. There is no in between. Other than that, app worked great. But I’ll continue using the Apple Mail app for now.
Reply all option enough to make me switch 1/5
The app is good, reply to all as default setting is enough to make you switch to a different application. Its not worth sending the wrong content to the wrong people cause Microsoft decided to “innovate” and make reply all the default option
Great Email App 4/5
I use Outlook at work and this is very close to it.
Unusable without Calendar Monthly View 1/5
I downloaded this to see my calendar with my category colors that I have set up on my desktop. However, I found out that there is no monthly view like Outlook on my desktop and the Apple calendar app on my iPad. You can only see a week, a day, or a list of events. So that makes it unusable for me!
Wasted Space 3/5
Why is the reply button so gigantic? It takes up a lot of space that could be used so I could actually read the email. It's even more absurd in landscape mode.
This app continues to get better with every iteration. I used to feel an empty spot without Blackberry Email. Now, this is better.
Solid performer 4/5
Works great all the time.
Very clean useful design that’s not overdone 5/5
By Tj skrzat
I love the outlook app. It has an easy-to-use design. I can switch between mailboxes. It’s mail filtering and organization isn’t overdone like some other apps I’ve used.
Highly recommended :)
No multiple select 2/5
Not interested unless there is multiple select for emails. No need to delete things one by one. Also, a select all for emails would be nice.
If these things happen, I’ll make it my default email program
Observation on Upgrade needed 5/5
I am really enjoying this application and I have come to know that it is the best mail application out there.
But there are few things you guys need to work on an i will list them below
1. Alert tone should have more cool tone
2. Give is option of themes and colour. This all whites has outlived its coolness
3. The reply option is getting tricky amd making it difficult to find specific part of email
sometimes i don't get notifications for important emails but overall outlook is great!
Need to be able to sort! Update 1/5
By Denver Mike
There are so many great things about this app. Dare I say it would be almost perfect if you could sort you inbox by received, subject, sender.... this seems so basic I can’t believe it’s not there. We get updates every week but nothing regarding this feature. Team, put your other projects on the back burner - check the feedback from the community. Sorting is what we need and want.
10/18 - another release and no sorting by date, sender, subject etc.
Outlook on the Go 5/5
By Hillary Freelancer
Very useful app, allowing me to continue my business with my mobile devices.
Nice but slow 3/5
Well laid out app with lots of nice features, including access to OneDrive and calendar. Extremely slow to open, but once open works fine.
Great and continually improving 5/5
Best client for mail, calendar, and contacts on any device.
I’m ready 5/5
By Real Lawyer
Go ahead get your groove on
Bastante buena, útil y rápida..♥️
Like the app but buggy 3/5
Seems like constant updates but there are still a lot of nagging issues. Latest is the inability to reply from the bottom link randomly. Wish there was some better QA.
Support for iCloud needs to be addressed 3/5
Originally I could easily access all my iCloud data including the calendar. Months ago it stopped working and I tried a bunch of support provided solutions only to learn it was a known issue and a fix was forthcoming. Several months later and it's still not addressed.
Suddenly spam 2/5
By I love RC
I have to log in on a PC to truly label junk mail and over the past two weeks TONS of it are loading to my inbox. The feature to send things to junk does only that, does not make them forever junk mail. It was better but now some "unspeakable" things are getting by. I also have to use outlook on my work phone which is a stupid android and it is AWFUL! It jumps around when you click on an email and then the little circle just spins and spins. Junk. I will admit it is far better on the iPhone than the (did I mention stupid?) android. And will it ever sync with my iPhone calendar? Still, it is better than the pre-loaded app on my iPhone except that when I try to send email to internet links it sends them from my iCloud address instead of defaulting to my Live address.
Again an update 1/5
Will continue to get a one star until Microsoft listens to its users and gives them one of the most requested features. Color Categories
No native contact syncing for Microsoft provided email accounts 2/5
No native contact sync for outlook.com or live.com accounts, not sure about hotmail.com but I expect similar. Basically, the “save contacts” feature in advanced settings is not supported for Microsofts own email services mentioned above. This causes all sorts of problems but to put it simply you won’t know the name of the person calling or txt you, only their number will be displayed. To be fair if you have an Exchange account with your job for example it should work ok. For the rest of us this is a known problem with a couple of work arounds but none as efficient as just having the app link its contacts to the phone. Hoping this will be fixed in a future version, for now two stars.
Hoping you see my review! 3/5
Just want to follow up, I hope I've been heard! Our Sales Team uses Outlook for iOS and MSFT Dynamics and if these two could sync when we email or call, along with the iOS contacts, our work flow would improve greatly. Also email directly from the dynamics 365 app. We also need tasks/to do list built in..
Love this app but please need ability to sync with MSFT Dynamics. I'd love to be able to open an email via dynamics and vice versa, make auto record of communication efforts/activity - emails, phone calls, etc. Working in sales, this is needed!
Please add Microsoft office integration for add-ins such as OneNote and Dynamics 365.
Suggested this in user voice too. Also...Your dynamics iOS app is a bit buggy. Hope you guys are working on an overhaul in the near future.
I use this because I miss Sunrise 4/5
By Maya the Bee
It’s great to have my calendar and email in one app. It’s not great to get double notifications for an event from the same app.
Great App...but 2/5
When/ are you going to fix the mailbox view? To be able to control the # of lines viewed per email from the "inbox" screen. We would like to be able to see maybe no lines(just who it's from and subject line like ALL other mail apps can). I still won’t use outlook because of that and I would like to. My personal email is outlook premium account
Poor calendar; mail inferior ... 1/5
... to iOS after the disastrous July update that made all steps more laborious, and made it impossible to appraise all accounts and folders at once. Too bad because the original integration of MS-purchased Acompli and MS software has been excellent. Also, 9,000 users want a real monthly calendar — MS bought Sunrise — and we’re still stuck with a useless dot/agenda view with yet more trivial improvements.
Me like! 5/5
Just saw the new update from this morning just now and I like it! 😁
Minor inconveniences 5/5
By Mo Kaderi
Great App with few hiccups.
Calendar refresh is a bit slow. Not sure if this is because of the app or the setup. There’s also a bug with the reply option at the bottom of a thread, which sometimes doesn’t pop up.
Great app overall. Thank you!
A Review of Outlook 5/5
Mobile Outlook is an excellent complement to MS Office on the Web, as well as Mobile MS Office on my iPhone.
Outlook app review 5/5
By Tiger mathpro
Muy ordenado ágil lo amo !!!!
Doesn’t Work Many Times. 2/5
By Outlook User SWB
I’m not that pleased with the app. I use Outlook for work and my job involves moving around a lot with various tasks, however, many people still need to email me about projects and needs so I need access to it at all times.
For some reason, I will receive notifications consistently all day (like I’m supposed to) but then it will stop sending me notifications about emails and I think that no one has reached out to me until I get to my desk and see a pile up of emails on my desktop.
Also, it is frustrating when I save a draft on my desktop to view later on my phone and it will not pull up or even show that there is a draft in my email. Same thing with sent and received mail. Some things I can view and some things I can’t.
Very inconsistent and inconvenient.
Eh - nice-looking design and all... 3/5
I am finding this app confusing to use. How do you just select all emails to be read or discarded? Maybe I'm not trying hard enough, but I was hoping it would be more intuitive.
Rarely works for my work email on the app and webpage. Get your crap together can't check work emails from home ever. If I could give zero stars I would that's how bad this is.
When it works with exchange it's great 2/5
Some users have had issues with it freezing. After the latest updates auto discover does not work with exchange 2010. It works fine with all the other mobile email apps. I want this to work well but I can no longer recommend it in an exchange environment.
I wish you could customize notifications more. (9-5 m-f) But great otherwise!
WOW are these guys needy 5/5
I want to love it, but I am at just like 3/5
Microsoft, please implement the native iOS share sheet.
I would love to turn my emails into todo’s using my personal (things to do and my teams Asana app)
Don’t really understand why such functionality is not available.
Incorporate outlook mobile into CRM. Make it connect with other services.
Gets worse instead of better. Attachments and Calendar support stinks 1/5
This won’t send with any attachments that I add from my OneDrive for work. Yep, I can add attachments from other cloud storage sources but the cloud storage app offered from Microsoft does not work.
Also, they keep advertising shared calendars, but I can’t see any of the calendars already shared with me by my work colleagues. These are all working in the desktop client, so I should be able to see them, but I can’t.
Like the focus inbox 4/5
By Merith cefra
I like the focus inbox in the phone app
Not the best 2/5
Disappointed in the Outlook app. It is not receiving push notifications consistently with Exchange. No ability to set custom notifications for VIP senders. I’m going back to the Apple iOS mail and deleting the Outlook app.
Two years in and still now "two stage swipe" 1/5
I want to use this app but they refuse to add short and long swipe gestures. The feature has been on your request site for over two years with nearly 2700 votes.
Most apps, even Apple's stock mail app, offers this.
Implement it already.
Generally Zlike 5/5
Blocking email on Outlook is not too effective!
Love the clean UI
Don’t like hidden emails 3/5
😡. I want every email separate. Don’t like having to hunt for an email that is hidden because it’s part of a response from an email sent to multiple persons
Sharing is a thing. Secure, authenticated sharing is forever. 2/5
By Asa K Flanigan
Dear Mr. Nadella, Mr Gates, and the Microsoft Office Group,
Sharing is a thing. It too shall be pass and return. Secure, authenticated sharing is forever.
I am concerned about the ease at which a party that gains unauthorized access to online MS Office accounts or a device onto which MS Office products are installed may gain access to sensitive data and communications stored by MS Office products. I am additionally concern with the ease at which such data, once accessed through illegal means, may be rapidly distributed to a network of persons.
I ask that Microsoft Corp. kindly consider requiring a unique PIN or biometric authentication event in order to access components of Office products such as “sharing” and “group” functions. I also ask that Microsoft please kindly consider adding a separate unique PIN or Biometric authentication event in order for a user to initial an MS Office process or event that may not be reversed or may be difficult to reverse.
I note that MS Office apps installed on devices produced by companies other than Microsoft allow users to add additional layers of security to MS Office apps. These devices and versions of MS Office apps do not accomplish what I suggest in this review. However, these device and app combinations demonstrate that Microsoft might, without too much difficulty, make MS Office apps even more awesome then that are currently.
Asa K Flanigan, PhD
P.S. Please kindly Keep being awesome. Please continue to inspire “awesome” in both employees, clients, colleagues, and friends. Your “awesome” is unique. Each awesome act has the unique ability to inspire equally awesome thoughts, acts, and dreams in persons who are directly and indirectly affected by your products and words. Even your products that the world is not quite ready for inspire all, including your competitors and detractors to change, reconsider, and recalculate the manner in which they think about, experience, and address our world.