Microsoft on Thursday launched the Office apps for all Android users. This Microsoft Office includes Android apps like Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Last month, these apps were available in a preview for Android community testers and now goes official on Google Play Store.
So if you own Android smartphone running on version 4.4 or above, just head to Google Play Store to download the Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. In order to create or edit docs, the users have to sign-in with a free Microsoft account. Though there are tons of unofficial Office apps in your Play Store, these apps from Microsoft is big surprise for all users who regularly useOffice apps.
Before the official launch of Office, Microsoft has tested this Apps on 1900+ Android devices across 83 countries all over the world. This apps also can be connected with third party storage apps like Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, etc. So let’s have a look at the key features of Microsoft Office for Android platform.
Easy to get: We’ve partnered with over 30 global, regional and local OEMs such as Samsung, Sony, LG and many more, to pre-load these apps on Android devices.
Easy Edits: The editing of the documents is made quite easy for the users. The users can read others comment and then easily add my own.
Simple Presentation: I love just bringing my phone to a meeting to present wirelessly. PowerPoint for Android phone gives me the same transitions, animations and design that I would have from my desktop, and I can even use inking to highlight important points while presenting.