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Submitted by TechRaptor 730d ago | news

Microsoft Office for Android available today for 365 subscribers

Tech Raptor - Today Microsoft Office for Android is available for 365 subscribers. It works just like the recently released iOS app where you have access to all of your office files either local or in the cloud (via SkyDrive or SharePoint). You can view, edit and create right from the app and save it to the cloud for later use. (Android, Cloud, Microsoft, Services, Software, Web)

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dilawer  +   730d ago
I need Full Office app without the subscription BS for Android tablets. It should be a paid app but it would be the best Office suites. I hope MS realizes this
SilentNegotiator  +   730d ago
In the trend of corporations sapping your rights to software that you buy (and justifying it with teh all mighty cloudz!), Microsoft prefers a subscription model.
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