Microsoft has taken the Outlook for Android client out of preview and made it a full release like the iOS version.
The company offers Outlook as an alternative to the calendar and organisation tools offered by Apple and Google.
Microsoft said in January when it released the full iOS client and Android beta that Outlook offered far more than the rival apps and made better use of the smaller screens on mobile devices.
"We set a high bar for where we wanted Outlook for Android to be before we removed the preview label," said the Outlook team in a blog post, noting that it's updated Outlook for Android 17 times since it was first released.
"A big part of that work has been improving the performance and stability of the app along with work on localisation, accessibility and other fit and finish pieces.
"The other part of this work was about delivering features to add new value, match the iOS version and respond to your feedback."
The Android version of Outlook has been reviewed by users some 100,000 times on the Google Play store, and has earned an average score of around 3.5 out of five.
One Play store reviewer criticised the beta version for its "limited functionality", while another complained of connectivity problems.
However, the Outlook team said it had worked to fix as much as possible and was now confident the app coudl justify being taken out of preview.
"We have continued to polish the look and feel of the app. We have updated our icon sets and simplified our fonts to provide a more consistent Outlook experience across operating systems and devices," the blog post read.
One new feature, which was apparently much requested, is the ability to clear out files from the Outlook trash folders.
"This is just the beginning. A key component in this process is your feedback, which helps us prioritise new feature releases, find bugs and improve the application for the Outlook community as a whole," said the team.
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