Microsoft Now Making Outlook for Mac Free to All
Microsoft has just made Outlook for Mac free to use, meaning users no longer need a Microsoft 365 subscription or Office license to access the email client. This surprise move comes as Microsoft continues to make its desktop Outlook email client more web-powered.
Outlook for Mac includes support for Outlook.com accounts, Gmail, iCloud, Yahoo, and any other email provider that has IMAP support. The client was redesigned in 2020 with a user interface that’s tailored to Apple’s macOS design. It also includes features like multiple calendar views, a redesigned message list, and a new search experience.
The new version of Outlook for Mac also includes some of the most popular features from the Windows version, including a Focused Inbox, Travel and Delivery Summary, and support for non-English languages. Microsoft is also offering the ability to add multiple accounts to one window to make managing your mail easier.
Microsoft’s move to make Outlook for Mac free is a welcome surprise for many users. It gives people a chance to access an email client with a user interface that’s tailored to Apple’s macOS design. It also includes numerous security features to protect user data, as well as the most popular features from the Windows version.