After launching a version of Office for Android tablets in January, Microsoft's productivity suite is now out of preview and widely available for Android smartphones. As before, the app is nearly identical to its attractive iOS counterpart, letting the user get quick drafts and edits done on their phone.
While full-featured, the app suite still isn't meant handle your entire workload. Rather, it allows for simple edits to documents, tables, and presentations. Word, Excel, and Powerpoint's mobile versions all also feature full Dropbox and OneDrive support for storing files. Android users who spend most of their time using Office as opposed to Google Docs would do well to upgrade now.
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