Microsoft Outlook

Microsoft Outlook

By Microsoft Corporation

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2015-01-29
  • Current Version: 4.3.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 289.91 MB
  • Developer: Microsoft Corporation
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 1,339,515 Ratings


Outlook lets you bring all your email accounts and calendars in one convenient spot. Whether it's staying on top of your inbox or scheduling the next big thing, we make it easy to be your most productive, organized, and connected self. Here's what you'll love about Outlook for iOS: - Focus on the right things with our smart inbox - we help you sort between messages you need to act on straight away and everything else. - Swipe to quickly schedule, delete and archive messages. - Share your meeting availability with just a tap and easily find times to meet with others. - Find everything you're looking for with our new search experience, including files, contacts, and your upcoming trips. - View and attach any file from your email, OneDrive, Dropbox, and more, without having to download them to your phone. - Bring all the apps you love in Outlook, including Facebook, Evernote, Trello, and more. - Open Word, Excel, or other Office document attachments to edit them directly in the corresponding app and attach them back to an email. -- Outlook for iOS works with Microsoft Exchange, Office 365, (including Hotmail and MSN), Gmail, Yahoo Mail, and iCloud. -- To make an in-app purchase of an Office 365 Home or Personal subscription, open the app, go to Settings, and tap on Upgrade next to your or account. Subscriptions begin at $6.99 a month in the US, and can vary by region. With an Office 365 subscription, you get 1TB of storage for each user, access to all features in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint on iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch, and you can install Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and OneNote on PCs or Macs. Office 365 subscriptions purchased from the app will be charged to your iTunes account and will automatically renew within 24 hours prior to the end of the current subscription period, unless auto-renewal is disabled beforehand. To manage your subscriptions or to disable auto-renewal, after purchase, go to your iTunes account settings. A subscription cannot be cancelled during the active subscription period. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable. Privacy and Cookies: Terms of Use:



  • Slow, slow, slow

    By StachStach
    Super slow O365 client with a horrible combined search engine that gets very little right.
  • Ok

    By gonats87
    For such a great app, the app should allow you to create a formatted email signature.
  • It’s Microsoft And Apple they don’t play nice together

    By Budz1110
    Want to install outlook and sync contacts with ease to and from the phone contacts to and from office365? Think again. Your password expired you think they made it easy to resenter you password in the Outlook App? Think again. Want to delete the app and start over from scratch? Well it saves your acct info somewhere and remembers the acct you last used and asks you if you want to add it again. Want to stop that? Well MS has no clear instructions on how to do so. Having a specific issue? You call Microsoft support they blame Apple. You call Apple and they Blame Microsoft. Can’t get ANY help from anywhere they just point fingers at each other and do NOTHING TO HELP. They did add a Dark mode FINALLY. Which is the only reason for 2 stars bc it looks nice.
  • Clunky. Asks for password too often

    By Fredschulz
    If you open up an email the only way to look at the next email is to close the email you’re looking at and then go open the next email. You cannot scroll through emails one after the other. Over the last week this app has asked for my password three times. I use a very complicated non-memorable password so I have to go look it up in my password app every time and it’s a real inconvenience.
  • Telemetry

    By wants a hooker
    The amount of spying that the Microsoft Windows 10 and Office 365 does is appalling. If you people only knew that tons of personal information coming from your own computer and phone is being sent to Microsoft you'd probably be shocked. I understand it hard to stop using Windows and this app when your required to use it for work, school, etc. I must have it for school. I have a router that captures some of Microsoft's "telemetry" spyware and then blocks it from ever reaching Microsoft. Microsoft has zero shame. Business these days is targeted advertising, informs gathering and data collection. Microsoft is one of the worst offenders.
  • No automatic dark mode

    By Jithin.babu
    Their is only manual dark mode. We’d like to ha e dark mode set automatically. Thanks
  • Great but ...

    By 名字都被取完了吗?
    Everything looks great except the widget, which does not change in dark mode.
  • Wish it did bot violate our company IT policy

    By IndyWi
    This is a great app that I use for my personal email. I would like to use ot for work whichbis an Wxchange system but the company blocks it.
  • Please get rid of unified inbox

    By ExtremelyUnimpressed
    I have to use this app to view DRM emails sent from my work account. I also use it for personal email so I have one email app to view both work and personal emails. By default the app shows a single view with all emails and it’s not always readily apparent which are personal and which are work. As a result I have to manually toggle the unified view off EVERY time I use the app. There’s no way to disable this feature and make it default to one inbox or the other as you would see in any other email client out there.
  • Way better than iOS Mail and Gmail apps

    By Fmdjdjxndn
    Outlook has been surprisingly really good on iOS, if not excellent. It’s great for managing multiple email accounts. What I love about Outlook is that it allows immediate Gmail fetching unlike the native Mail app. Gmail does not work properly on Mail and I prefer having something that gives me immediate notifications. There are so many other things that are bad with Mail, but this would get way too long. The advantage over the Gmail app is that there are no ads, UI is cleaner and more appealing, and focused inbox works better for my needs than Gmail’s sorting categories. I also like Outlook’s calendar feature. I was initially not a fan of Outlook for many reasons. First, the calendar was morphed from the excellent Sunset app. I was a huge fan of that app and hated that Microsoft bought the makers and implemented a poor version of it in Outlook. While I still prefer the Sunset version of the calendar, Outlook has improved in some ways. One thing I wish that could be carried over is the Reminders from Google Calendars. All events are correctly shown, but no reminders. I had problems with getting aliases to work with the proper name. For example, I have a Gmail account with another Gmail alias that I use when I want to send emails without my personal name associated. With the Outlook app, it sends the emails with the first/last name of the main account and not the alias, which defeated the purpose of the alias. This is for business purposes and allows me to keep one inbox to manage two separate email accounts. I decided to add the alias email to Outlook and block notifications so I could still send emails without my name visible. It’s a small compromise, but again, another small thing not copied over from my settings in Google. The biggest roadblock was probably my strong familiarity with other apps, particularly Google apps, which prevented me from liking Outlook. There are small kinks that you get used to with Google and you expect things to work just as if you were using their apps plus have the benefits of an app like Outlook. Unfortunately, getting perfect symmetry between Gmail/ Google Calendar would be impossible, unless it was a clone. I’m glad that it isn’t because many of the things I was used to with Gmail and Calendar were not good. I’d much rather deal with becoming familiar with a better designed app. Hopefully this review was helpful to you. An app that works for me might not work for you, so it’s best to experiment.