Office Apps are now generally accessible for Android mobile & tablet devices that are launched by Microsoft.

The preview released just a few months ago and the final versions of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint apps for Android devices turn into accessible to download from the Google Play store on Wednesday. An indigenous Outlook app for Android mobile devices has already been obtainable since last fall.

Microsoft will release its collection of Office Apps for Android tablets after the roughly six months of the launching of Android mobile Apps.

Microsoft Launches Office Apps for Android devices

Having a Microsoft account, one can download and use the smartphone Office Apps free like their tablet counterpart. However, to access additional features will require a subscription for Office 365.

Kirk Koenigsbauer, Microsoft’s corporate vice president for the Office Client Applications and Services team announced in a blog post with describing the general availability that Microsoft used ideas from testers in above 80 countries to build up the final release versions.

Koenigsbauer explain it with an example i.e. they prepared it easier to attach to other admired third-party storage contributions like Google Drive and Box, furthermore many service modifications to create it effortless to navigate instructions within the apps. Users can also retrieve files from Dropbox, and the storage service of OneDrive cloud owing Microsoft.

So many Android hardware producers including heavyweights Dell, Samsung, Sony, and LG are concurred to pre-package of Microsoft Office Apps with their new phone devices. Microsoft has endorsed more than 30 such packaging contracts with Android OEMs since this spring.

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