You no longer need a Microsoft 365 subscription to use Outlook for Mac
Microsoft is having a Santa Claus moment in March.
Having been in the news for the most positive reasons in recent weeks with the ChatGPT wave and integration with Bing and bringing AI to its Windows 11 platform, the company appears to be enjoying the attention and wants to do freebies.
Its target? MacBook users who want Outlook but don’t feel they should pay for a Microsoft 365 licence.
Starting today, Microsoft is making Outlook for Mac available for free to use on the Apple App Store – so Mac users no longer need a Microsoft 365 subscription or Office license to use it.
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