Welcome to our redesigned Android Apps Weekly! This week we talk about some bad decisions by EA, Microsoft Office for tablets, and more Android apps news!
According to the WSJ, Microsoft is now a minor investor in Cyanogen. While this doesn’t mean that MS is giving up on its own mobile OS, it does show they are interested in potential back-up plans.
Microsoft’s Office for Android tablet preview apps have arrived at the Google Play Store and are available for free.
Microsoft has added Outlook to their list of Office apps found in the Google Play Store. Outlook Preview for Android is free and a worthy mobile client for those used to Microsoft’s approach to email.
In this week’s Google Play Weekly, we talk about rule changes in the Play Store, Microsoft using Android apps (maybe), Humble Bundle, LibreOffice, and more!
Microsoft has announced Windows 10, and it’s very mobile friendly. Does Microsoft have a chance of competing with Android in the smartphone industry?
According to a former employee, Microsoft is determined to “stop the leakage” from its mobile platform and is considering Android app support on Window Phones.
Microsoft’s Next Lock Screen app has just been updated with MMS and online chat support, as well as support for music control.
Jide, created by a trio of former Google senior engineers, wants to turn Android into a platform that works in the office with its “inspired” flourishes.
Join us this week as we talk about Microsoft Office for tablets, BitCoin Wallet, a new Need for Speed game, and more Android apps and games news!