Microsoft no longer denies the importance of Android OS in the world. The Windows developer has just released the final and free versions of the Word, Excel and PowerPoint services for Android tablets.
The good news is that apps are available on the Play Store for free and are optimized for use only on tablets running Android 4.4 (probably work with Lollipop too). It is important that the device has at least 1 GB of RAM, is packaged by an ARM-type processor, and has a 7-inch or larger screen. To use the applications, you will need a Microsoft account to be able to create files, print documents, and make basic edits.
However, as advised in the description of each application, if you wish to use the functionalities premium You will need to subscribe to Office 365: "For full Word experience, get an Office 365 subscription." In addition, the applications offer Microsoft Office desktop experience. The three apps also offer in-app purchases that can range in price from $ 2.35 to $ 29.
And, have you downloaded the version of Word, Excel and PowerPoint on your Android tablet? What are you thinking so far?
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