The recent release includes Microsoft word, Powerpoint and Excel which is designed specifically for Android smartphones and its available for free on Google play store at the moment.
To have this Microsoft office running on your Android smart phone, you have to ensure that your smart phone has at least 1GB of RAM and Android 4.4.x KitKat and above.
Microsoft Office Apps supports a number of tasks.
It includes dropbox review and edit files, faster dragging of documents even though they’re stored on Google drive and offering Power-point presentations from your phone.
If you already have a free Microsoft account, you will definitely get free Apps which is available for public to download. Microsoft word for Android, Microsoft Excel for Android and Microsoft Powerpoint for Android and they’re all ready on Google play right now.
Microsoft Apps will be pre-installed on devices such as Sony, Samsung, LG and many others which are expected to arrive in retail stores towards the end of the year, but if users are very much in need, they don’t have to wait for their own pre-installed devices, they need to simply download the above links for Android word, Excel and Powerpoint, it’s as easy as putting on a skirt.
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