Microsoft gesture to India: Outlook Lite now launch with SMS, Local Language features
Delhi : Microsoft has released Outlook Lite, an intuitive email and SMS application created especially for Indian consumers. According to a press release from the officials, this program caters to consumers with lightweight smartphones on any network by combining email and SMS functionality in a small design. By classifying messages into groups like commerce, promotions, and interpersonal connections, the program also makes SMS texting simpler. Its simplified inbox makes it easier for customers to remember appointments, make trip reservations, pay bills, and schedule petrol.
"Outlook Lite aims to provide users with a more convenient and personalized way to stay informed and get things done," said Rajiv Kumar, Managing Director of Microsoft India Development Center.
Outlook Lite will eventually allow users to translate SMS messages into other languages, making it simple to read messages in one language and move between them. Users who connect with people from various locations or get communications in numerous languages may find this function especially useful.
By supporting SMS and Indian vernacular languages, Outlook Lite, according to Microsoft, aims to address the communication demands of consumers in emerging areas. With features like voice typing, transliteration, and support for regional languages, users may create and read emails in their favorite language with ease. The software now supports Telugu, Hindi, Tamil, Marathi, and Gujarati; further languages may be added later.