Following the launch of add-ons for Outlook on iOS, Microsoft is rolling them out for Android customers with Outlook.com and Office 365 commercial email accounts.
The launch will bring several add-ins from iOS to Android including Evernote, Microsoft Dynamics 365, Microsoft Translator, Nimble, OnePlaceMail, Outlook Customer Manager, Smartsheet, and Trello, Engadget reported on Monday.
The company will also launch new add-ins for Outlook such as Wrike, JIRA, MeisterTask, Gfycat, and MojiLala across web, Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android platforms.
"Wrike, JIRA and MeisterTask are software made for teams which make responding to work emails faster and easier on the go," the report added.
Gfycat and MojiLala will allow users to add reaction GIFs and stickers in their emails. Users can go to Outlook Settings, then click Add-ins and tap the plus sign next to the apps to enable them.
In April, last year, Microsoft Outlook had announced that Calendar Apps, the service connects to third party apps so that your tasks, events, and notes are all in one convenient place. The mobile app for Outlook can import data from Facebook, Evernote and Wunderlist as of now, more apps will be added later.
Before this, Microsoft had rolled out new third-party app integration for Outlook, including Evernote, Yelp, IFTTT, and Wunderlist. In addition, Uber, PayPal, and Boomerang add-ins were also rolled out.
According to the Microsoft Blog, partner add-ins help you get more done right from your inbox, from finding cool restaurants for a dinner with friends to setting up a ride to get there and paying your portion of the tab.
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