Today Microsoft has announced the masses availability of the Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint for Android phone.
Word, Excel and PowerPoint for Android are all free to download and come with an in-app purchase for those who need more features of Microsoft Office in their smartphone.
There were 1,900 different Android phone models in 83 countries installed preview Office, Microsoft listened and ironed up the problems feedback by the users before today’s launch for the public.
Here are some few new features highlight of the Android phone apps:
- On the go reviews and edits – I often need to squeeze in quick reviews in between appointments during the day. I can review documents in full fidelity, read comments and then easily add my own.
- Presenting from my phone – I love just bringing my phone to a meeting to present wirelessly. PowerPoint for Android phone gives me the same transitions, animations and design that I would have from my desktop, and I can even use inking to highlight important points while presenting.
- Quick access to my documents – I can quickly find the document I was working on in the office from my phone. It even shows me where I was last working. Additionally, while I am a faithful OneDrive user, I can also access documents stored in Dropbox, Google Drive or Box with our support for third-party cloud storage providers.
- Easy to get – We’ve partnered with over 30 global, regional and local OEMs such as Samsung, Sony, LG and many more, to pre-load these apps on Android devices. Many of these devices will be landing in retail stores later this year.