Weird that it is included in the Personal and Home subscriptions but not the business packages. Access is very much a business application. I suppose most database users don't need to design and edit them, just enter data, run queries etc. and in that scenario Access runtime (free) would do the job. They haven't released a 2016 version of that yet though.
I thought MS getting rid of Access was because nobody used it anymore. Apparently, a lot of people still do. Is it because they are stubborn users or is it because Access is actually "good"?
I think it's quite widely used in businesses. They may be quite complex, professionally designed databases which would presumably involve a lot of time and money to re-develop for something else.