Microsoft launches Outlook web app for Android smartphones
The pre-release app is, however, highly constrained. Just as with the iOS apps, it requires a business Office 365 subscription; neither Office 365 Personal nor Office 365 Home are supported, nor is Outlook.com mail. The app also requiresAndroid 4.4 KitKat. Most limiting, however, arethe hardware restrictions. OWA for Android only runs on phones. But not all phones: only those with screens that Android describes as "small" or "normal." Anything with a " large " screen (roughly 5 inches or bigger) isn't supported.
Original version, visit http://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2014/06/native-outlook-web-app-preview-now-out-for-some-android-phones/
OWA will only work if your mailbox is running on Office 365 for business (doesnt include Office 365 personal, Office 365 Home, or Outlook.com) and your device size is considered small or normal by Android OS (translation: no phablet or tablet support just yet). Microsoft says the pre-release is to gather feedback, fix bugs, and generally make sure the app is ready for general release. Only a few devices can use it now with more being added regularly, according to Microsoft. In fact, you can vote to have your device added on OWA for devices . Despite offering everything you can already do on OWA for iPhone, the Android version of the app does have one additional feature in the form of contact syncing. Consequently, you can update contacts directly from the devices address book and the app will make sure the changes apply to your Office 365 mailbox as well.
Original version, visit http://www.whatmobile.net/2014/06/12/microsoft-launches-outlook-web-app-android-smartphones/