Hands on with Microsoft Office for iPhone, as the productivity suite finally comes to Apple’s smartphone
Today Microsoft released Office for iPhone. The Microsoft productivity suite has walked a long road to Apple’s iPhone, and its arrival will surely delight some while bedeviling those who are not able to access it.
Office for iPhone, what Microsoft calls “Office Mobile for Office 365 subscribers,” will be available only to current, paying Office 365 customers. If you purchased the most recent Office suite for desktop as a standalone product, you will not have access to the iPhone version of the software.
If you are familiar with Office for Windows Phone, you should already understand what Microsoft has built for the iPhone, as the two share a wide swath of functionality. You can edit (to an extent) Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files as part of the iPhone version of Office. You can also load and render larger sets of file types, however, these are not editable.
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