It appears that Microsoft has planned to take the benefits at this time with Android by creating its official application to use Hotmail and Messenger from Android . Although it has not the same scope as users because of the services like Gmail and Google’s Gtalk, still not that widely used service, Microsoft has realized that they could not give an advantage of not having an Android application for Hotmail.
That’s why the Android application was launched for Hotmail and officially supported by Microsoft to work perfectly in Android OS 2.1 or higher and all for free. The features that we can enjoy on Android device include the ability to automatically synchronize our Hotmail account, you can also synchronize your contacts and calendar, in addition to support for multiple Hotmail accounts from a single device and in the same session, and receive, send and view attachments with no problem.
- With push email get messages on your phone without delay
- Synced calendar and contacts
- View your folders in Hotmail, including sub folders
- Send pictures from your phone using Hotmail
- Supports multiple Hotmail accounts
- Send, receive and view attachmentsLink: Android App for Hotmail