It was in the year 1996 that the Pocket Office on Windows CE v1.0 Handheld PCs was released, and as of these days this one particular app is dimmed as one of the most important tool used in day to day basis either with business or personal consumption.
Microsoft Office Apps Gets Better And Bigger
Microsoft’s Office app has been updated from time to time as technology advances and as users usage become more complex. This tool is not just available for PC’s alone as it’s current form is also available for Android, iOS, and newly introduce to Windows Mobile.
Just recently Microsoft updated its look and features to its Office Mobile Apps for Android and the latest development is almost identical to the version available on the iPhone, perhaps Microsoft want uniformity to whichever platform.
On the other hand, however, it was just in January that Microsoft launched an Office App tablet version which allows users to perform editing works minus the keyboard and mouse, while the Office Mobile Apps for phone editions offers basic and quick edits.
With its mobile version the editing interface which is at the bottom of the display is just the same with the tablet version, which contains options to change fonts easily and also you can style Word to suit with your taste. As for Excel those options are designed for quick cell changes. While PowerPoint is largely optimized for simple changes to slide transitions, and just like iOS, all three apps offer the inbred Dropbox integration to store and open documents, or Microsoft’s own OneDrive cloud storage.
Microsoft Targets Holiday Season For Product Release
The full release of Microsoft Office App mobile version will be in the coming months, the company treat Android users to sneak view of its Office for phones recently to give users idea of what will it be for phones as the release of the company’s Window’s Phone is about to come.
The company targets to release its Office for Windows 10 Mobile by the end of the year which means that the release will be on holiday season as the company has now successfully updated iOS and Android users to a new version of Office ahead of a release on Windows Phone.