Android users now have access to another mail app—but this one is by Microsoft.

According to The Verge, Microsoft just launched the official Outlook.com app on Google Play with a bevy of Gmail-like features, such as: push notifications, syncing options, custom folders and sub-folders, and the ability to send, receive, and view photos and other attachments. The app also boasts Exchange ActiveSync support and the option to use with multiple Outlook.com accounts.

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While the free app may serve as a Gmail alternative, it certainly does not do the eyes any justice. Just check out that archaic user-interface in the screenshots above. Outlook.com for Android currently has a 3.3-star rating based on 35 reviews.

In related news: Microsoft also announced today that Outlook.com passed the 25 million active user mark. Get more details at Microsoft’s blog.

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