Hotmail Ranked #5 Top Free Android App by TechRadar

One year after announcing our Hotmail app for Android that we developed and jointly market with Microsoft, we’re pleased to announce that the app has been named one of the top 60 best free Android apps of 2012 by TechRadar.

Ranked number 5 overall, the TechRadar article noted that the app “gives users a simple, clean interface, push notification support and even lets you manage multiple Hotmail accounts from within the app” and that “if your email needs haven’t yet been assimilated by Google, it’s a useful option.”

With more than 10 million downloads and a user rating of 4.2/5 on Google Play, we are incredibly pleased with the success the app has achieved this past year and are honored to be a part of the list of best free Android apps. We look forward to continuing to develop the app to meet the needs of our users and would love to have your feedback in the comments below.

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4 Responses to Hotmail Ranked #5 Top Free Android App by TechRadar

  1. Mike says:

    Congrats….I was one of the early adopters. Is this app now able to handle updates to hotmail contacts or are there still limitations ? I recently switched to an S3 and seems like the stock email app handles contact editing just fine…so begs the question ,if you guys are the primary official app for Hotmail then why are there issues with contacts if it is obviously not a physical limitation ?
    I’d like to switch back…but.

    Thx, Mike

  2. Umer Farooq says:

    yes but it would be more nice if you had a version ready for Jelly bean .. Ever since I installed seven on a jelly bean galaxy 3, i am living in hell. I cannot see an attachments… cannot even view it….. no header in emails… this is crazy i tell u !

  3. Jeffery Santos says:

    Even with new update still unable to see new emails in other folders other than in box.

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