After weeks in preview mode, the most popular office suite, Microsoft Office is now free and available on Android smartphones. Microsoft has finally released the apps in public, through a public beta test involving 83 countries and 1,900 different Android phone models.
Similar to the tablet edition, the phone version of Excel, Word and PowerPoint will not cost you a single penny. These apps allow you to view and edit your documents anytime and anywhere, which cause them to be in demand due to the convenience that they bring.
The apps also have a cloud focus and provide support not only for OneDrive, but also for Dropbox, Box, and Google Drive. Microsoft stated that the company is making changes based on the feedbacks received throughout the preview period.
Despite being offered for free, the Microsoft Applications do not work on every Android device, especially on models with tight memory. However…
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