Recently, Microsoft unveiled Office for iPad, Android and iPhone at its cloud event a few days back. The new Office for iPad includes Word, Excel and Powerpoint.
Initially, it required an Office 365 subscription for users who want to edit or create documents or spreadsheets, but it seems Microsoft has dropped this requirement for its Android app.
This means users can simply download Office Mobile on their Android device and start editing documents or create new ones without spending even a single penny. Unfortunately, the free version doesn’t allow users to create or edit powerpoint slides, but on the bright side, users can say good bye to their word or excel worries.
The files are stored in the cloud on the user’s OneDrive account, not locally so it is accessible on all devices, any time, any where.
The app is available for free in the Google Play Store. Unfortunately, the version is not optimized for Android tablets so you may want to hold off, or continue with the mobile version since its free.
Source: GSMArenaFiled Under: Android News, Top News