Microsoft to release Office for Android in March 2013

Microsoft to release Office for Android in March 2013

Microsoft plans to release an Android version of its Office software suite in the coming months, according to new reports.  Set to arrive in March 2013, the popular document creator will also be offered across Symbian, iOS, and Microsoft Windows Phone.  In addition to the native clients, Microsoft will also be creating new versions of Office Web Apps.

“In addition to Windows, Office will be also available on other operating systems, Windows Phone, Windows RT, Mac OS, Android, iOS and Symbian. Office 365 services and other Office products for mobile (phones and tablets) will be released from March 2013″.

Via The Verge

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16 Comments

  1. mikedo2007
    October 10, 23:34 Reply

    Wow this is good news, looks like I can now type and read Word document on my Android phone.

  2. TrueSecurity
    October 11, 18:16 Reply

    Update: Microsoft has released the following statement on the matter:

    The
    information shared by our Czech subsidiary is not accurate. We do not have
    anything further to share at this time.

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