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Microsoft makes Office for iOS and Android for free
Microsoft makes Office for iOS and Android for free. Users no longer have an Office 365 subscription required files to store online and edit. The Android version of Office will be available early 2015. For the general public
The free version of Office for iOS and Android is only for consumers, says Microsoft. Businesses still need to have an Office 365 plan to use. The apps Consumers may also purchase additional storage with Office 365. Users without a subscription are stuck to the regular storage capacity of 15GB, Office 365 users currently have 1TB but will soon ‘unlimited’ storage .
Microsoft additionally brings iPhone versions of its Office applications from; the version for iPad was already Thursday and get an update. There is a preview of office software for Android, but the release to the public takes place according to Microsoft’s schedule beginning in 2015 instead.
The step to make using Office free for consumers, Microsoft wants in their own words the use of office software and encourage everyone everywhere. Presumably it would therefore competition thwart the biggest obstacle to the use of Office on mobile devices to take away. Making Office for free on Windows Phone is unnecessary; office software is already preinstalled on Windows Phone devices. for yearsViewing:-160
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