It is true. Microsoft is taking Android and iPhone by storm.
The Redmond company has a new app for Apple mobile users called Send. I am talking about a new “easy-to-use” email app from Microsoft Garage project.
Send is available for free on the App Store and requires iOS 8 or above (too bad for users with a previous iOS system. When you open it, you will get a quick tutorial on the things you can do with Send.
Microsoft Send app iPhone
With Send, “no subject lines or signatures get in your way”, and you can contact anyone “even if they have the app”.
Oh, and you need a work or school Office 365 account to start using Send (smart move Microsoft). Microsoft says Send” doesn’t show all your emails, just the ones started in the app, keeping you in control”.
Messages also comply with your company’s policies. With an Office 365 connection, conversations are synced through all your Outlook enabled devices.
This is what Microsoft explains on its official Send thread:
The people who are important to you are put right at your fingertips—just tap on a contact to start a conversation. Or even better, simply swipe and choose a Quick Reply such as “On my way” or “I’ll get back to you.” You can also see when someone is typing their response; there’s never been a quicker way to reach someone over email.
You can download Send for free here, but remember you need a 365 subscription. Once you do, please let me know in the comment section below.