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Edward C. Baig, USA TODAY

NEW YORK (USA Today)—It’s hard to imagine getting jazzed about an email app in this day and age. But my early impressions of the fresh Outlook for iOS app that I’ve been checking out on an iPhone since Microsoft released it Thursday are overwhelmingly positive.

Microsoft also released a preview version for Android phones and tablets.

The new Outlook is fast, smart and yes, free too, with a major benefit coming through a cozy integration with your contacts, files, and especially the calendar.

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