Microsoft recently launched a new version of its Outlook email app for Android. However, with that launch comes the retirement of the older app. The company has been sending out emails to customers informing them that support for the older app will end on July 31.

Indeed, that older app is no longer available for download in the Google Play Store. It worked on older versions of Android such as Jelly Bean, but the new Outlook app works with Android 4.0 and later. That means smartphone owners with older Android devices can't use the new app and won't be able to use the older app after July 31.

If you fall into that catagory, Microsoft's email suggests these options:

You can continue to receive your email on your device's browser by navigating to You can also add your address to your device's pre-installed email app.

Source: Neowin