This week we talk about MS Office for tablets, a bunch of Material Design updates for Google apps, Primecast, Call of Duty, and more Android apps news!
Microsoft has unveiled a new and improved Office suite for Android and is accepting sign-ups to test drive a preview build for tablets.
Microsoft Office for Android tablets could hit Google Play in November, bringing a full featured next generation version of one of Microsoft’s most popular tools to Android devices.
Microsoft is now readying the impending launch of the tablet-optimized Office for Android. You could even sign up to become a private beta tester!
Following the release of its Office suite for Android, Microsoft has announced that it will be bringing its Outlook Web App to Android in the near future too.
In this review we’ll check Microsoft Office for Android. After an announcement last week, Office is free to use for Android owners so let’s check it out!
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This week we talk about Microsoft Office going free, Portal for Android, Link Bubble, Spotify discounts, and more Android apps you shouldn’t miss!
Microsoft just made Office Mobile for Android free for home use. The app itself, available on Android since July of 2013, was always free, but it previously required a subscription to Microsoft’s Office 365 suite of cloud-based productivity tools.
Microsoft Office for Android (Office Mobile) is available as a free download from the Google Play Store, but the app has certain limitations for the moment.