Microsoft Office fully hits the ground running on Android phones
Back in January, Microsoft outed Office apps for Android tablets, bringing a long-awaited end to years of neglect towards the Google-owned mobile platform.
Android users have more reason to be happy this week as the Redmond software giant expanded the productivity suite’s availability to include even Android smartphones. Microsoft Office Mobile can be installed to “all” Android phones from Google Play (check the source link), bringing ability to access, edit and make new Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents right from your Samsung, HTC or any smartphone that is running on Android OS.
In March 2014, Microsoft allowed iPad users into the Office suite, causing the software to reach — within a week — and remain at the top of most download app charts on the Apple Store for some weeks.
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