Microsoft brings Outlook add-ins to Android devices

Back in February, Microsoft first announced that they are bringing add-ins to their mobile apps. Following the release of add-ins on Outlook for iOS, Microsoft today announced the availability of Outlook add-ins for Android devices. For now, add-ins will work with Outlook.com and Office 365 commercial email accounts. Microsoft will also bring add-ins support to Gmail customers on iOS and Android soon. Microsoft highlighted that customers can now try out the following add-ins on Android which were already available on iOS.

  • Microsoft Dynamics 365—Quickly look up customer contacts, associate an email or appointment with an existing opportunity, or create new records with just a few taps.
  • Microsoft Translator—Translate email messages on the fly, with support for 60+ languages powered by Microsoft Translator.
  • Nimble—Get insights on any contact in Outlook, including broad social profiles, shared relationships, mutual interests, industry and company profile, revenue, and more.
  • OnePlaceMail—Seamlessly save emails and attachments to SharePoint without leaving the familiar Outlook environment.
  • Smartsheet—Easily manage your work and collaborate with stakeholders in real-time by quickly creating, assigning, and updating tasks and capturing other project information right from your email.
  • Trello—Quickly associate any incoming email with an existing board, create cards, and edit descriptions. In addition, the Trello add-in has now been updated to save email attachments to your Trello board.
  • Outlook Customer Manager (coming soon)—Track and grow customer relationships right from Outlook.
  • Evernote—Easily save emails from Outlook to a project notebook in Evernote.

Microsoft noted that Wrike, JIRA, MeisterTask, Gfycat, and MojiLala are the new add-ins for Outlook and customers can try them today. To try out add-ins for Outlook on Android, go to Settings > Add-ins and then touch the + sign next to the add-ins you want to enable.

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