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Microsoft Office is now Free for Android and iOS – Must Try

Microsoft has today announced that its Office Apps will be completely free for those using Android or iOS devices.  Microsoft has also announced that Office will now be available for Android Tablets as well and interested users can already try it via the Office for AndroidTM tablet Preview.

Microsoft Office was already free on Windows Phone and now that iOS and Android are receiving the same treatment, it’s safe to say that creating documents, spreadsheets and slides using Word, Excel and PowerPoint respectively is completely free. Users no longer require an Office 365 subscription to access all these functions, however those who do already have a subscription will continue to benefit with the goodies such as advanced editing and collaboration capabilities, unlimited OneDrive storage, Dropbox integration and a number of other benefits.

Download Microsoft Office Apps for iPhone

Office for iPhone apps for Word, Excel and PowerPoint offer the same beautiful iPad experience, optimized for the iPhone. Customers can download the new apps starting today.

MS Word for iPhone
Word for iPhone

Download: Word | Excel | PowerPoint

Download Microsoft Office for Android tablet

Office Apps are also made available for Android tablets, but as part of a preview. While general availability will happen in 2015, but those interested in the preview can signup using the link below to start using Office Apps (Word, Excel and PowerPoint) on their Android Tablets.

PowerPoint for Android
PowerPoint for Android

Signup for Office for Android Tablet Preview

Office Apps are also in development for Windows 10 and will be released when the OS itself gets ready to roll out. Currently Windows 10 is in the Technical Preview stage and interested users can download and try Windows 10  on their systems.

About the author

Narender Singh

A student of Business who loves IT. Has a soft corner for Nokia, but tries his best to not bring the bias to this blog.
Generally, avoids news and spends his time writing guides and tutorials which add value to the web.

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