Outlook passes 100 million installs on Google Play Store

Outlook on Android
Outlook on Android (Image credit: Windows Central)

What you need to know

  • Microsoft Outlook recently reached 100 million installs on Android.
  • Several Microsoft apps have more than 100 million installs, including OneDrive, Word, and Excel.
  • Outlook for Android regularly receives updates and new features.

Microsoft Outlook for Android recently reached 100 million installs via MSPU. Outlook joins several other Microsoft apps that passed the milestone. OneDrive, Word, and Excel all have over one billion installs, and PowerPoint has over 500 million. SwiftKey also recently reached 500 million installs.

The Google Play Store only updates install numbers for major milestones, such as 50 million, 100 million, 500 million, and one billion. As a result, we can't tell the exact date that Outlook passed 100 million installs, though it appears to have occurred over the weekend.

Outlook is a part of Microsoft's continued efforts on Android. Microsoft has dozens of popular apps on Android and continues to expand its capabilities. Over the last few months, Outlook for Android gained support for Actionable Messages, S Pen actions, and gained a new dark mode.

Sean Endicott
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