Microsoft has released an Outlook for Apple Watch app that brings a new design look to the Apple Watch app for those who prefer Microsoft Outlook as their email provider of choice over Google's own Gmail app. When it comes to iOS, Apple has a Mail app that mandates you select your own email provider (since Apple doesn't provide its own native email service as, say, Google and Microsoft), but most apps that are designed are done so with the goal often of pushing them out to the user public quickly - with a commitment to work out the fine details later.
Microsoft released its Microsoft Outlook app a few weeks ago, but the company has decided to release a Microsoft Outlook watch face on Android Wear in a new Outlook update that lets you check emails, notifications, respond to them, and see your schedule and upcoming events at a glance, as well as archive, delete, schedule an email in advance, and even flag an email if it's spam or you don't recognize the sender (as is the case on Android Wear). The Microsoft Outlook watch face also lets you choose the color and accent you like, whether you want to match your clothing, wear only your favorite color, or just feel in the mood for something different to shake things up.
Microsoft Outlook users can now not only access their favorite email service, but they can also wear a watchface that provides information and customization all in one. If you're a diehard Outlook fan, head on over to the Google Play Store to grab the new AW watchface and be on the lookout for Outlook.