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Microsoft launches Outlook Lite app for budget Android smartphone users

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Microsoft has launched the Outlook app for budget Android smartphones.
The new app is just 5MB and can work on any network.
The company has currently rolled it out in select countries.

New Delhi. Microsoft has launched the Outlook app for budget Android smartphones. Dubbed Microsoft Outlook Lite, the app is just 5MB and can be optimized to work on all Android smartphones. It can also be used in phones with 1 GB of RAM.

Microsoft says its new Outlook Lite app is designed to use less battery and less storage space without compromising functionality. The company further stated that this app offers fast performance for any network and any device. At this time, this app will only be available in certain countries.

The app will also work on smartphones with 1 GB of RAM

Besides using less battery and storage space, Microsoft Outlook Lite application has been designed to work with all networks including 2G and 3G networks worldwide. It also works on smartphones with only 1 GB of RAM. It is ideal for smartphones and budget phones under Rs 5,000, which usually have limited storage space.

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Support for Microsoft Exchange online accounts

The company has also confirmed that its new Outlook Lite app also supports, Hotmail, Live, MSN, Microsoft 365, and Microsoft Exchange Online accounts, making the app more efficient.

Where was the Outlook Lite application launched?

Regarding availability, Microsoft said the Outlook Lite app will be available for download through the Google Play Store in select countries starting today. These countries include Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, India, Mexico, Peru, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey and Venezuela. The company said it will be released for other countries in the future.

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The Lite version was launched before

It should be noted that Microsoft is not the only technology company to have launched the “Lite” app for budget Android smartphones. Previously, many tech companies launched lite versions of their apps for budget smartphone users in areas with poor network connectivity.

For example, Google offers apps like Google Assistant Go, Gmail Go, Google Gallery Go, Google Maps Go, Google Go for budget Android phones. It also has the Android Go Edition operating system for budget smartphones. Meta, on the other hand, has Instagram Lite, Facebook Lite, and Messenger Lite. Similarly, Twitter, Spotify, and Uber also offer lite versions of their apps.

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