Microsoft launches new all-in-one Office app for Android and iOS

Microsoft launches new all-in-one Office app for Android and iOS

Microsoft launches new all-in-one Office app for Android and iOS

And at the Microsoft Ignite Conference, all technology leaders have announced officially that they will be going to live test a new version of the Office application in the smartphone that eventually, joins or, you can say make World, Excel & Powerpoint in a single app. What if we tell you that the same Microsoft Office app is now available for Android and iOS Devices. A picture of a table can be turned into an editable spreadsheet, and Office Lens integration means it's easy to create digitally enhanced images of documents and whiteboards. So you can create a PDF from a photo or any document. The public preview for the new app is now readily available for both Android and iOS although the quota for iOS has already maxed out at the moment as Apple TestFlight program has a maximum cap of 10,000 users. The company is finally combining the three core Office apps into a single app, meaning you can now get Word, PowerPoint, and Excel - all in a single, unified experience. "Whether using it for personal or professional reasons, Office is created to be your go-to app for getting work done on a mobile device".

Users of the Word, Excel and PowerPoint mobile apps needn't fret about their apps going away yet.

This new app is called "Office". And you can have PowerPoint help you design a presentation by simply selecting the pictures you want to use from your phone. You're able to sign in with more than one account if you wish. The inbuilt capability to scan QR codes for opening files and links quickly is another striking feature. They tried on Windows Phone with the Office Hub app.

The app was spotted on the Google Play Store by folks over at MSPoweruser, but at the time of writing, Microsoft appears to have pulled the app from the Play Store. You can jot down textual content, develop lists, and attach photographs.

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