Microsoft on Thursday launched its popular Outlook email and scheduling application for iOS.
Built on the back of the company’s recent acqusition of the Accompli email app, the new Outlook for iOS is free in the App Store. Microsoft said a version for Android is coming soon.
The new app will allow users to access emails and calendars, end exchange files using Microsoft’s OneDrive cloud service.
Users can also connect other email accounts to the app, including Yahoo, Gmail and iCloud, among others.
The new app comes as Microsoft continues to push its suite of Office applications to more platforms. Versions of Microsoft Excel, Word are currently available for iOS and Android devices.