Microsoft Office for Android phones gets a new look and features

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Microsoft Office for Android phones gets a new look and features
Microsoft is bringing a new look and features to its Office mobile apps for Android phones today. After the introduction  and full launching of an Android tablet version
early January, the newfangled Office apps for Android phones look very comparable.
They’re also approximately indistinguishable to the iOS description obtainable on the iPhone, and calculated with the same structures in cognizance.

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 Tech gurus, the popular [Microsoft] is letting Android users to preview Office for phones today, with a full release expected later this year. With this new preview, Microsoft has now
successfully updated iOS and Android users to a new version of Office ahead of a release on Windows Phone and possibly brand new android! lol.

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Even though the tablet versions allow you to get a open-minded amount of excision done without a keyboard and mouse, the phone editions are really for rudimentary and speedy edits. Microsoft is using the same editing interface at the bottommost of the display, with choices to easily change fonts and styling in Word.
 Engrossed with this, For Excel those options are designed for quick cell changes, and
PowerPoint is largely optimized for simple changes to slide changeovers.
 And this is quite similar to  iOS, all three apps offer instinctive and native  Dropbox incorporation to store and open documents, or Microsoft’s own OneDrive cloud storage.
The software maker only just started previewing a phone version of Office for Windows 10 last week, but as time proceeds rapidly, it requires device owners to upgrade their complete OS to a principally unbalanced preview version of Windows 10 Mobile.
Microsoft is targeting to make a technical proclamation with regards the Office for Windows 10 Mobile by the end of the year, just in time for new Lumia devices and the holiday season.
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