If you are constantly typing in the Word program or doing numbers in Excel or devising all sorts of PowerPoint presentations, you’re in for a real treat. Microsoft is handing you the cherry on top by allowing you to continue your work with Microsoft Office for Android.
This was a public statement issued by Microsoft back in 2014 in which the company: “took the next step to bring the productivity of Office to everyone with new Office apps and experiences for the iPhone and iPad, a preview of Office apps for Android tablets, and the ability for customers using these devices to create and edit Office content without a subscription.” Microsoft just acquired every single feature related to the Microsoft Office.
As of now, all of these features can also be used on your Android handset. Here is what the VP for the Office Client Applications and Services stated: “Five weeks ago, we announced the Office for Android phone preview. We are so grateful to our preview users, and with their help we were able to test the apps on over 1,900 different Android phone models in 83 countries. During the preview, we heard from thousands of these users, and over the last few weeks we were able to incorporate a lot of their feedback into the apps we’re launching today. For example, we made it easier to connect to other popular third-party storage offerings like Google Drive and Box, as well as many usability adjustments to make it easier to navigate commands within the apps.”
One state-of- the-art feature that was turning the spotlight on was: the quick review one as well as the editing feature, a feature that will permit users to go over their documents, go over the comments and write their own if they wish.
Full presentations from one’s mobile device
Microsoft strongly confirms that users can take their handsets with them at any type of conference and do a wireless presentation. You get the same exact transitions displayed in the PowerPoint as well as the identical designs that a desktop variant will offer you. Make sure you use all of the features to make your presentations stand out.
Immediate file access
Users can instantly look up the files/documents that they’ve been working on while they were at their job, directly from the handset. You have the OneDrive option to save all of your files, but don’t disregard the DropBox or the Box one.
Attainable in no time
Microsoft signed a partnership with more than 30 OEMs( worth mentioning are LG, Sony and Samsung). These will pre-load all of these applications on your Android gizmo. Expect these gizmos to hit the stores in 2015.