Nine – Outlook for Android Review

| October 6, 2016 | 0 Comments

Nine for Android is a full-fledged email application designed for employees, entrepreneurs and ordinary people alike. The app uses Direct Push technology to synchronize with Microsoft Exchange Server using Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync. You can download Nine for a two-week free trial from Google Play Store. Beyond the free-trial period, you got to purchase it for US$9.99.


Nine – Outlook for Android provides a professional email experience by leveraging E-Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Tasks and Notes on your mobile device. Its Direct Push Synchronization with Exchange ActiveSync means that Nine app for Android does not have any server to store user’s Nine data. Instead, Nine app connects to user server directly. All Nine data is stored in your mobile phone. Of course, the app supports multiple email accounts. It comes with automatic setup for many popular email services like Office 365, Exchange Online, Hotmail,, Outlook, MSN or Google Apps. Other supported servers include IBM Notes Traveler, Groupwise, Kerio, Zimbra, Horde, IceWarp, and MDaemon.


The user interface of Nine – Outlook app is beautifully designed. The layout is user friendly. It is easy to sift through the emails. Same goes for filtering and email search. Conversation mode makes it easy to read all connected messages in context. The favorite folder option helps you in organizing your important emails. The rich-text editor makes it possible to compose emails in different fonts. It also supports full HTML for all inbound and outbound emails. Other notable attributes include Global Address List, integration with Calendar and contacts, and full support for Android wear. Setting up the multiple email accounts in Nine is easy. The app is also stable and responsive. It is also quick to render your emails once opened. Nine – Outlook requires Android OS 4.0 and up.


Nine – Outlook for Android is a fully-loaded email client ideal for mainly corporate users. Setting up your official emails is easy and straightforward. Its Direct Push Synchronization is rather secure. The UI layout is use friendly. The hybrid email search is a revelation. It is also one of the few email apps that provides support for Android wear. We found the app to be slick and responsive as well. Check it out if you’re scouting for a reliable email app to handle your corporate emails.

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