$15 Microsoft Office Alternative For IOS Just Went FREE

Posted: Jun 19 2014, 4:16pm CDT | by , in News | Microsoft Windows

$15 Microsoft Office Alternative For iOS Just Went FREE
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Mobile Systems’ OfficeSuite Professional for iOS allows you to create and edit everyday documents on Word, Excel and PowerPoint

The progress made by Microsoft is truly commendable, considering how quickly it brought itself up to the likes to Android and iOS but there were also those lesser-known productivity apps which have now developed quite well after efforts which spanned over a few years. An Office alternatives for iPhone and iPad has gone completely free today which is going to save you $14.99. And this is not just about saving money, this is most likely the only office-like tool you’ll ever need to pick up from the iTunes Store. Microsoft took off its time with the development of Office of Android, iOS but the longer it waited the more the the number and quality of competing options continued to heighten and this Mobile Systems’ OfficeSuite Professional for iOS is one of many apps to have taken advantage.

This app allows you to create and edit your own office documents on Word, Excel and PowerPoint along with covering all PDF files with cloud support through iCloud, Google Drive, Box, Dropbox WebDAV and Microsoft’s own OneDrive. It has a vast list of features which includes email sharing. It has a very ‘to the point’ UI and is simply to use. If you would have decided to buy this app earlier on, you would have needed to spend $14.99 but now it has gone completely free so you gotta hurry up and grab yours.

source: redmondpie

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