As Google continues to push out its Android Wear device line, we are seeing the launch of a number of new apps and services, many of which focus on out-of-the-box functionality that would otherwise be impossible to accomplish.
One of the most interesting of these is the new Outlook For Android app for both Android Wear and Android phones.
This app was announced last week, and we now have access to a preview build of it for those devices.
In addition to the basic functionality of viewing messages and calendar appointments, Outlook will also allow you to read and review articles in your inbox.
The apps will also let you add photos to your Google+ and Instagram profiles, create an account with a new photo, and much more.
The OutlookForAndroid app is not an Android Wear app, but rather a Google+ app for iOS and Android.
As a result, we have yet to see any Google+ integration in the app, and the app does not appear to include the option to sync with Google+ as well.
The app is still listed as “coming soon.”
This is all new to us.
However, it is possible that the OutlookforAndroid app was actually designed specifically for Google+ functionality and that Google has released it for a different version of Android.
There are no Google+ integrations in Outlook either.
We will continue to monitor this development and report back as we learn more.
Outlook For iPhone and AndroidThe Outland for iPhone and Google+ Android app, meanwhile, was originally announced in May 2017 as part of the Google+ Home product, and was later added to the Google Play store.
It was intended to be a quick and easy way to access and manage your Google accounts on both iOS and the Google Assistant on Android Wear.
It also allowed you to access your Google Calendar and Google Docs calendars on Android.
In this version, we see the new Google+ features and some of the basic Outlook functionality still in place.
In addition, the Google Voice and Google Talk features are still available on Android phones and tablets.
Included in the Android Wear version are some of Google’s most popular apps: Gmail, Calendar, and Contacts.
In Android for iPhone, the app includes a new, integrated Google+ presence for those users, and allows you to view and edit messages and calendars.
These features are a bit more basic than what you would get with the Android app on iOS, but they are still a welcome addition.
The Android version of Outlook is still available in the Play store for iPhone/iPad owners, though, and is still the only way to view your Google calendar and Google contacts on Android devices.
OutlandForAndroid.com is a free app available for both iOS, Android, and Windows.
It will let you view your contacts and messages in your Google inbox, manage your calendar, and access your contacts, calendar, contacts, and more on Android for the foreseeable future.