Saturday, June 15, 2013

Office 365 : Microsoft Office comes to the iPhone

Office 365 from Microsoft Office, the collection of productivity tools utilized by thousands, has finally come to the iPhone. The move is just a important one for Microsoft and its users. Before, the popular group of methods, including Word, Excel, Power-point and Outlook, was available only o-n Windows phones, which have caught a sliver of the smartphone industry.

The feature is available free in Apple's App-store for members to Office 365, the cloud-based model of Office's business-like methods for home users. Subscribers pay a monthly fee.
Office for iPhone is intended for those who have to alter PowerPoints or Excel spreadsheets on the go, perhaps not develop them from their devices. The organization said users could work with documents on their devices, and the updates will be used in these documents on PC versions. They'll also be in a position to share files from their devices.

'When we introduced Office 365 earlier this year, we devoted to giving regular updates and new features to Office 365 subscribers,' Julia White, general manager of Microsoft's Office department, said in an article. 'Office Mobile for iPhone is another good example of the worth of subscribing to Office 365.'
The announcement comes just days after Apple announced that its own iWork production selection will for the first time assist Windows systems.

The Microsoft statement acts as a counter, allowing the same type of back-and-forth for your larger number of users that are already acquainted with Office, considered by many the gold standard of productivity software.

There's no equivalent version of Office enhanced for your iPad, which has its more fully developed Web browser. Microsoft also did not mention whether it's having a version for Google's Android mobile phones.
Office for iPhone can be acquired today for customers in the Usa and will soon rolled-out internationally, the company said. 

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