5 Million Users Can Now Enjoy an Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0)

At the end of 2011 we had reached just over 3 Million downloads of the Hotmail app for Android that SEVEN Networks developed for Microsoft. Now just three months in to 2012 and we’re thrilled to announce that the app has reached 5 Million downloads and shows no signs of slowing down.

Meanwhile, many of our Hotmail users have asked when the app would be available on the Ice Cream Sandwich version of Android (version 4.0) and we’re pleased to share that the day has finally come! Now all Android users can enjoy all of the great features that Hotmail app has to offer, right from their mobile phone or Kindle Fire tablet.

We hope you’re enjoying your Hotmail app experience, please let us know any suggestions you may have in the comments below.

About Isabelle Dumont

Head of Marketing at SEVEN Networks
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4 Responses to 5 Million Users Can Now Enjoy an Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0)

  1. 1) Please address the issue of non-editable contacts.
    2) Please, separate sync service from Hotmail e-mail client somehow or at least learn to mimic AOSP 4.0 e-mail client – it’s wonderful.

    • Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback. We’re actively looking at the issue of non-editable contacts – changes in Android 4.0 APIs have led to many 3rd party apps facing the same issue. The good news is that there is a work around and we’re actively working on it.

      • You know, it’s been about a half of a year, so you’re quite lousy at works progress.

        I’d like to get posted about any news. Where can I find them? In here?

      • lesliealbertson says:

        For the latest updates to Hotmail please visit the Android Market. You can also follow us on Twitter or Facebook for the latest updates from SEVEN.

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