Microsoft now offers Office as a unified app on the iPad, just like the iPhone. Here are all the details on this.
Microsoft Office iPad Apps Getting Mouse / Trackpad Functionality “Sometime Soon“, Says Apple’s Craig Federighi
Microsoft Office iPad apps will be getting mouse and trackpad functionality "sometime soon", according to Apple's Craig Federighi. Here are the details.
Today has been a busy day for Microsoft, and in particular, its Office suite. Having finally made its way to the App Store for iPad following an announcement by Satya Nadella, users of the Apple tablet can finally enjoy Word, Excel and PowerPoint on their devices. A subscription service, Office 365 costs $99.99 per year for those looking to create, edit and save their documents on-the-go, but for a limited time, the software giant is offering one year's free Office 365 to iPad users prepared to traipse over to their local Microsoft Store.
Not before time, Microsoft has taken the wraps off Office for iPad, comprising of three apps: Word, Excel and PowerPoint. The Redmond's famed productivity suite has taken its time to trickle out for Apple's iOS device range, with the company having played hard-ball in order to sway users into purchasing Windows 8 / RT tablets. Details, as always, can be found right after the leap.