By default, Outlook Web App doesn’t allow you to create an email account for your Android device.
In a recent blog post, the company announced an update to the app that allows you to do just that.
If you don’t want Outlook Web app to send email for you, you can turn it off in your Google Chrome settings.
The new update also lets you turn on or off some other Google services, such as Gmail, YouTube, and Google Maps.
The Google services are optional, but if you disable Google’s search and video services, you’ll still be able to access Outlook Web.
The new update brings Outlook Web to Android devices, but it won’t come to iOS users, since Google doesn’t support Android at the moment.
Google hasn’t yet said when Outlook Web could be made available to iOS devices, though the company has been vague about the plans.
The company has promised to add the Outlook Web API to Android phones later this year.
For now, you need to download the Outlook.com client to use Outlook Web, but the developer has posted a patch for the Android version of Outlook that will allow you create an account if you don, too.
The update is only available to people who signed up for Outlook.
It’s a small one that only applies to iOS, so you should probably wait for the iOS version of the app to get updated.
If you’re an Android user, you probably already have Outlook Web installed on your phone or tablet.