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Microsoft Office for Android tablets is coming this year, sign up for early access now

Microsoft Office for Android tablets is coming this year, sign up for early access now

By 2 July 2014

Microsoft is working on a version of Office for Android that is specifically designed for tablets. The company's productivity suite has been available for Android smartphones as a free download since last year, but Android tablet users have been forced... >>

Microsoft Office 365 Personal launches with cheaper pricing following Office for iPad debut

Microsoft Office 365 Personal launches with cheaper pricing following Office for iPad debut

By 15 April 2014

If you aren't a student and can't afford the $100 a year for Microsoft Office via Office 365, then you can finally rejoice. Because Microsoft has launched a new subscription plan that's cheaper and meant for personal use. Microsoft revealed in early March... >>

Hands-on: Microsoft Office for iPad apps review‏

Hands-on: Microsoft Office for iPad apps review‏

By 27 March 2014

Microsoft unveiled Office for iPad at a San Francisco-based event on 27 March, with Satya Nadella, the company's new chief executive, leading the helm. The mobile software's long-awaited debut follows years of leaks, and even some adamant denials from... >>

Microsoft Office for iPhone, Android now available for free

Microsoft Office for iPhone, Android now available for free

By 27 March 2014

Microsoft has made the iPhone and Android versions of its Office Mobile app available for free, dropping the Office 365 subscription that had previously been required. Users will now be able to create and edit Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, and PowerPoint... >>

Office for iPad was unveiled today, does it matter?

Office for iPad was unveiled today, does it matter?

By 26 March 2014

Microsoft finally unveiled the Office for iPad app at an event today, 27 March, in San Francisco, complete with an entire Office suite that includes Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Microsoft appealed to iPhone users in the past with an Office app, but... >>

Microsoft's free OneNote desktop app lands for Mac - now free for Windows too

Microsoft's free OneNote desktop app lands for Mac - now free for Windows too

By 17 March 2014

Microsoft has expanded its OneNote app platform by adding support for Mac and making the Windows desktop version free. Rumours from last week claimed Microsoft was developing free desktop versions of OneNote for Mac and OneNote for Windows, and now the... >>

Microsoft confirms new Office for Mac version coming, first since 2011

Microsoft confirms new Office for Mac version coming, first since 2011

By 11 March 2014

A new version of Office for Mac will launch this year, for the first time since 2011, according to the company’s manager for Office products in Germany.  Office for Mac offers a nice alternative to users who don't like Apple's iWork software on the... >>

Microsoft announces Office Online, the new name for Word, Excel and the rest via a browser

Microsoft announces Office Online, the new name for Word, Excel and the rest via a browser

By 20 February 2014

Microsoft launched its Office suite as an online version months ago. Now it has renamed the experience as Office Online. Office Online is now easier to find at office.com where Word, Outlook, Excel, OneDrive, OneNote, PowerPoint, People and Calendar... >>

Microsoft releases Office Remote app for Windows Phone to control Office suite

Microsoft releases Office Remote app for Windows Phone to control Office suite

By 18 November 2013

Microsoft has released a way to control PowerPoint slides from Windows Phone, with a new Office Remote app.  Now available on the Windows Phone Store, the Office Remote app gives detailed information about your presentation and control features. Tools... >>

Office to be universal across all devices not just Windows Phone, if Elop gets his way

Office to be universal across all devices not just Windows Phone, if Elop gets his way

By 8 November 2013

It sounds like the start of a fun social game: If Stephen Elop were CEO of Microsoft for a day, what would he change? Only, it might actually happen, and it would certainly be for more than a day. Bloomberg has reported - citing multiple unnamed people... >>