Though a touch late, Microsoft has finally released heir popular mobile version of ‘Microsoft Office’ on iOS devices. Here are the details released this morning.
It was probably the quietest launch for a Microsoft Word product launch in Microsoft’s History. If you have a Microsoft Office 365 subscription then you can download and run the new application on your iOS device starting today. The app allows you to create create new Excel and Word files right from the application and view or edit spreadsheets, docs and Powerpoint files that you have stored on Microsoft’s cloud services, or any that were sent through emails.
If your desktop has Office 2013 then you can easily access any recently viewed or worked on documents as well. Surprisingly enough, there is no iPad version at launch and is only available in the U.S. at this time. The required iOS version is 6.1. You can check out screens, details and pick up the application for yourself by visiting the official product page below.
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