New Microsoft Office For IPad Does Not Require Office 365

Posted: Nov 6 2014, 12:31pm CST | by , Updated: Nov 6 2014, 3:51pm CST, in News | Technology News

New Microsoft Office for iPad does Not Require Office 365

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Microsoft announced new updates for Office for iPad and announced Office for Android Tablets and Windows 10.

Microsoft's move to bring Office to iOS was the right decision. Microsoft said today that the Office app got downloaded 40m times. Microsoft announced today that Office apps are coming to Android tablets with the start of the Office for Android tablet Preview. Microsoft is also delivering Word, Excel, and PowerPoint apps for iPhone and updates for the iPad apps–to ensure a consistently beautiful and productive Office experience on every device.

Starting today, people can create and edit Office content on iPhones, iPads, and soon, Android tablets using Office apps without an Office 365 subscription. Office 365 subscribers will continue to benefit from the full Office experience across devices with advanced editing and collaboration capabilities, unlimited OneDrive storage, Dropbox integration and a number of other benefits.

You can get the new Office Apps on iTunes.

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