Microsoft Office Mobile App Is Now Available For Android Phones

Posted: Jul 31 2013, 11:29am CDT | by , Updated: Jul 31 2013, 11:36am CDT, in Technology News


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Microsoft Office Mobile App is Now Available for Android Phones

Microsoft Office Mobile for Android is now available to download in the United States. This app is free for Office 365 subscribers.

The move by Microsoft is likely to bring editing options to Android 4.0 and to higher versions too. After the launch of Office for iPhone, this new step is a welcome relief for Android users. The sign up process is easy enough. You will have to employ an Office 365 subscription to get Office Mobile Android app for free. A recent documents tab is present too. This helps in the creation of Word and Excel drafts. An optimization process has been let loose by Microsoft for its Word, Excel and PowerPoint apps. However, there is no choice as far as Android Tablets are concerned. Usage of Office Web apps on tablets has been recommended by Microsoft. Android is designed for error correction, formatting and commentary.

So while the Office for iPhone has been here for some time, now it is time for it to scoot over and give way to something new. The Android version will be a living reality pretty soon. The cloud-based scope of this technical service par excellence will excite some into a state of attraction for sure. Even those who utilize SkyDrive Storage Support will be used to the working philosophy of this service. It also facilitates Google’s Holo interface guidelines. The price for the service is still the same. Once the user base gets a hang of this blessing on Android, they will become addicts of it in scads.

Download Office Mobile Android App Now.

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