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Office for iOS is now compatible with iPhones and does not require a subscription to edit files

When he launched Office for iPads, Microsoft for the first time allowed users of its professional suite to view and edit Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents directly from Apple tablets. The issue, however, required an Office 365 subscription. Yes: it did. publicity


Microsoft Word app icon

Microsoft Word

in Microsoft Corporation

Compatible with iPadsCompatible with iPhones

Version 2.39 (275.7 MB) Requires iOS 12.0 or superior

Free

Badge - Download on the App Store

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Microsoft Excel app icon

Microsoft Excel

in Microsoft Corporation

Compatible with iPadsCompatible with iPhones

Version 2.39 (274.5 MB) Requires iOS 12.0 or superior

Free

Badge - Download on the App Store

QR code QR code

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Microsoft PowerPoint app icon

Microsoft PowerPoint

in Microsoft Corporation

Compatible with iPadsCompatible with iPhonesCompatible with Apple Watches

Version 2.39 (267.1 MB) Requires iOS 12.0 or superior

Free

Badge - Download on the App Store

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This week the company updated the applications making the editing of documents totally free. But she didn't stop there: now, apps are also universal (that is, compatible and optimized for iPads and iPhones / iPods touch) and fully integrated with Dropbox (Office for iOS users can edit, open, edit and save documents stored on it ).

If previously only available for iPads and requiring an Office 365 subscription, apps were already successful, imagine now!

(via Techmeme)

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