The iPhone has a ton of apps, but it never had Microsoft Office until now. Prior to today’s news, Microsoft Office was only officially available for Windows phone users, but now it’ll be available for free on the iPhone!
The app is called Office Mobile, but there’s a catch. Only Office 365 subscribers will be able to use it.
The app isn’t intended for people to create documents and PowerPoints on their phones, but it will be possible. The purpose of the app is to allow people to quickly edit and/or share editable documents and PowerPoints on their phones. Any editing completed can be sent to PCs for more in-depth editing.
A version of the app was not mentioned for the iPad or Google’s Android, but it’ll probably happen sooner or later. As of this posting, the app is available for anyone in the U.S. and will soon be available internationally.
What do you think about creating on the go? Is this likely to cause more car wrecks or a more productive workforce?
Source – CNNFiled Under: Apple iPhone, iPhone Apps, Mobile Phone News