The Mac’s built-in Mail application now has a significant rival. Outlook for Mac now offers a free version from Microsoft. Before, using the email client required either a Microsoft 365 subscription or an Office purchase. It is currently accessible via the Mac App Store.
Unsurprisingly, Microsoft promotes this as a useful addition to Outlook for iOS. If you aren’t through writing an email on your Mac, you can send a draught of it to your iPhone. It will be possible to block messages when you’re focusing on work thanks to a forthcoming Profiles feature that integrates with macOS’ Focus modes. You can use email accounts from other third-party providers, such as Gmail, iCloud, and Yahoo, just like with all versions of Outlook.
The built-in Mail program on your Mac suddenly has a significant rival. Microsoft has made using Outlook for Mac completely free. To use the email client in the past, you either needed a Microsoft 365 subscription or an Office purchase. The Mac App Store currently offers it.