Users of Microsoft's Outlook app for iPhone and iPad can now get work done quicker using third-party integrations.

Translator to help you read messages in your preferred language, across devices, with support for 60 languages.

Evernote to capture what's on your mind and stay organized by clipping emails from Outlook to a project notebook in Evernote. Obviously, these new add-ins will save Outlook users a lot of time since they won't be forced to switch between various apps all the time.

Smartsheet to help you manage and automate work so you can get work assigned, updated, and completed more quickly. Add-ins only now work while reading an email but the team promises that more actions will be available in the future as well. With the new GIPHY add-in for Outlook, you can now use GIFs to congratulate a friend or co-worker, wish them a happy birthday or simply add a touch of your personality, without leaving your inbox.

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Microsoft said it will approve additional add-ins in the near future and said it is opening add-on development to third parties. For detailed steps on how to install the Dynamics 365 add-in for Outlook, please refer to the deployment guidance.

Apple already introduced an Extensions feature in iOS 8, but Soltero said it's not right for Microsoft's purposes. Support for users is coming soon.

"You know what you're going to do, you're going to send a message, and what you include in that message is the other consideration", he said. Tapping this icon will let you launch the add-ins you enabled. Microsoft said that similar functionality for Outlook on Android will be available "soon".

Add-in support for Outlook on iOS follows the beta debut of apps for Windows and Mac.