Microsoft Outlook is an all-in-one personal information manager for your email, contacts, calendars, tasks, and notes.
Mastering Microsoft Outlook’s Features
How to Get Microsoft Outlook
Microsoft Word is bundled with Office 365, which also includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, OneDrive, and more. You can’t get Outlook on its own, but an Office 365 subscription with Outlook is just $8.25/month, and you can always choose not to install the other apps. Although to be honest we’re not sure why you would want to use Outlook but not, say, Word. But hey, you do you.
If you are willing to pay a premium for a traditional buy-it-once license, you can also buy Outlook as part of Microsoft Office Home and Business 2016.
As with all the core Office apps, you can use Outlook Online from your browser.
Outlook is also available as an app, Outlook for iOS and Outlook for Android, which turns out to be one of the best email apps available for your phone and tablet whether or not you use Office 365 or Exchange for your email.