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Will this make your business adopt the Android platform?

Just over a month after releasing Office Mobile for iPhone, Microsoft has finally launched Office Mobile for Android phones. The new app for Office 365, available for subscribers only, is designed for phones, but not tablets. If you’re using a tablet, Microsoft recommends Office Web Apps.

Currently the service is only available in the United States; but according to The Verge, Microsoft has plans to gradually offer it in other markets. Android users with Office 365 subscriptions are now able to access and edit Excel, Word, and PowerPoint documents from their phones. The new app offers quick editing features that smartphone users prefer.

Office Mobile for Android phones can be found in the Google Play Store with subscriptions starting at $9.99 a month, or $99.99 a year for the Home version. The Home Version allows users to install it on five devices, including Macs, PCs, or smartphones. The Small Business Version starts at $5 a month per user, or $60 a year per user, for up to 25 users.

Office 365 is available on all of the most popular smartphone platforms, including Windows Phone, iPhone, and Android. If you have a Microsoft Office 365 subscription, you can now take it with you wherever you go.

Do you have questions about Microsoft Office 365?  Our team helps business with many cloud solutions including Microsoft Office 365.  Call us today to learn more about Office 365.

Ernie Sherman

I have a strong passion for helping Ottawa Businesses, Entrepreneurs and professionals to become more productive and successful while allowing them to feel at ease and secure when it comes to their Information Technology needs. As the President of Fuelled Networks since 1998, I specialize in providing no-nonsense flawless and prompt technical support to Ottawa businesses, with in-depth consulting on Fortinet, Microsoft, Microsoft Cloud Stack and security. I strive to help businesses to succeed and take great pride in building long-lasting positive relationships and taking on a strong leadership role within the Ottawa community.

Published On: 9th August 2013 by Ernie Sherman.