OWA for iPad 4+

Microsoft Corporation

    • 3.6 • 1.1K Ratings
    • Free

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IMPORTANT: You need to have the latest update of Office 365 for business to use this app. If you’re not sure about your account status, please contact your IT department before installing.

With OWA for iPad you can:
Get work done faster with email
- Organize your email quickly with Conversation View, Mark as Junk, Flag, and Categories
- Quickly search or browse email in all folders including Outlook Favorites
Manage your schedule with ease
- Schedule meetings using attendee free/busy and room finder
- View shared calendars including delegate support
- Use your voice to look up a contact or bring up your schedule
Keep business data secure
- Remote wipe erases only your corporate data in OWA for iPad and leaves your personal data on the device alone
- Separate passcode for OWA for iPad provides an additional layer of security

- The mailbox must be on the latest update of Office 365 for business or Exchange Online
- iPad must be iPad 2 or higher and have iOS 6 or higher

What’s New

Version 1.0.12

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

- Minor bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

3.6 out of 5
1.1K Ratings

1.1K Ratings

railgeek ,

Better than other interfaces to Exchange

Program works pretty well and does what it is designed for most of the time. A lot of previously bugs have been worked out. I use this for a quick substitute to access my company email without having to use the full blown computer. I like how the calendar and email are combined similar to the full blown Outlook. This makes appointments and meeting request functionality better than using separate apps.
This is a bit harder to work with than the desktop version, but it is good for quick access to email on the iPad. Used with Office 365, this provides a lot of good functionality where lots of productivity can be accomplished.
I would rather use the standard email programs for the iPhone, but I also don't expect full functionality with the iPhone apps. This provides functionality for the iPad better than the standard iOS interface.

AZ_Doc ,

Desperately needed for iPhone

I like many people use Outlook for personal mail but my employer forbids using Outlook for personal email. This app solves the issue on the iPad but unfortunately it’s difficult to put an iPad in your pocket and walk around with it for mission critical notification push email and as ones main phone.

So far I’ve been accused of negligence and threatened with termination multiple times for not answering timely emails. Using OWA on a browser does not send notification of incoming emails and pending totals requiring keeping the app open and checking the app constantly all day and night so as not to miss an incoming email.

I’ve been told I cannot use “safe” mail apps for enterprise email based in India and Russia (I will not mention the app names).

Don’t see why this option is no longer available for the iPhone. I literally may have stop getting personal email on my phone, buy a second phone just for work or quit my job. Having this app on the iPhone again would solve this issue for me and the hundreds of complaints I’ve seen on the internet about not being able to use two separate copies of Outlook on phones!

Metalhead216 ,

I need this app for work, but its unusable as is.

I need this app for work but literally every time I open an attachment, the app crashes. My current solution is to just forward all e-mails with attachments to an e-mail I have access to, and deal with the attachments there. As you can imagine, this hampers work flow and makes things rather inefficient.

Edit: I added a star. My initial issue seems to have been fixed. Opening attachments no longer crashes the app. However, I still have an issue uploading my own attachments. The only options I have are to upload a new picture, pictures from library, or a signature. I need to be able to attach files from the Files app in order to use this properly.

App Privacy

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