Microsoft today pushed out a new update for its Outlook App for users on Android devices. The update bumped the app to new version 2.1.238. The update comes with some new additions to the application along with the fixes reported after the previous update.

After the latest update Archived and moved messages remain in their respective folders and no longer reappear in the Inbox. Users have complained that Forwarding an email or reviewing a draft crashed the app, the crash has now been fixed and the app no longer crashes while Forwarding or reviewing the draft.

The company has also added the option to view or download files from Google Drive directly to your inbox without having to worry about any issues. Users can now send large sized attachments since the company has now increased the size limit of attachments after the latest update.

The latest update to the Outlook App for Android users is live and can be downloaded by going to the Google PlayStore, alternatively users can download it by clicking the below PlayStore link.

Download Microsoft Outlook for Android 

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