Office for iOS and Android: a hint of Steve Ballmer




Office for iOS and Android:

Going down Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer in an interview with Wall Street analysts hinted at future versions of Office applications for iOS and Android. He noted that the company’s executives are considering the potential benefits of production of products such as Office, for competing platforms.

According to the head of Microsoft, cited by PCWorld, his company is “working on all those things which you think we ought to work.”

In other words, there is no certainty as to whether Microsoft is going to introduce Office for mobile platforms iOS and Android. Saying the software giant’s CEO sounds more like a vague hint than the announcement of the plans. According to rumors, mobile office applications Microsoft will be in the autumn of 2014.

According to analysts of Wall Street, Microsoft annually loses U.S. $ 2.5 billion profit that could enrich the company if its products are distributed for tablets based on Android, and iPad. According to one report, Microsoft unsuccessfully tried to persuade Apple to reduce the 30 percent commission that kupertinovskaya corporation impose any sale of applications for its mobile platform or sell through the app.
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