Cross-Platform Compatibility with Modern Interface.
Support for Integration with Microsoft Products and Highly Secured.
Includes a Few Bugs.
Outlook is a web application which provides mail services to the users. It is completely free and can easily be integrated with the third-party programs. It was first launched in the year 2012. Previously, it was known as Hotmail. But, rebranding was done. Also, this platform is developed and distributed by Microsoft. There are over 400 million users registered to this service. Because of which, it becomes one of the most used email services all over the web. You can easily send and receive mails through it. The chat room is pretty intuitive and feature-rich. The main feature is that it allows you to manage all your personal information like contacts, webmail, tasks, calendaring, and other services too. Moreover, all of these can be synced. It means that you will be able to access them across multiple devices. Other than that, it offers you a 5GB storage space for free.
Along with the above features, Outlook can be accessed through any web browser in your desktop. But, it offers a cross-platform application for mobile phone. Those platforms consist of:
There are some handy features like junk and sweep. All the spam emails are directly transferred to the Junk folder. With the Sweep option, you will be able to delete multiple emails at once seamlessly. Through the built-in calendar, you will be able to make your schedule as well as manage events or meetings.