If you're a Microsoft Outlook user, you'll be pleased to know that your favorite email provider of choice has brought its email app to Android Wear. The company says that you can "check your Outlook notifications, read your new emails and reply with pre-set messages or voice dictation right from your wrist."
Android Wear is owned by search engine giant Google, who has a slew of developers prepared to bring more apps and features to the company's wrist wearables platform. Microsoft Outlook has served as the email provider of choice for many cross-platform users, and Microsoft's been on a roll lately to bring its services to every platform possible. Under new Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, Microsoft has shipped from a hardware-first to a software-first business, with the company bringing its coveted Microsoft Office Suite to iOS and Android, as well as its OneDrive cloud service. Bringing Microsoft Outlook to Android Wear positions it as yet another email service competing for Android Wear attention, and Microsoft's new move here means that you don't have to worry about buying a Band 2 fitness band in order to experience Outlook.
If you're ready, head on over to Google Play under the Outlook app to grab the new smartwatch app. As usual, if there's an update available, you should see the box that says "update." Go ahead and hit that button and see what happens.