Free Microsoft Office for Tablets

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Microsoft Office 365 is indeed very promising as it could be installed not only in computers but in other devices such as tablets and smartphones as well. This gives users the flexibility and power to do things wherever they are, whenever they want.

Initially, Microsoft is offering their Office suite for free consisting of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook Preview both for Android and iOS- powered devices. All you need to do is to input your e-mail and they shall send a download link. Once you have finally decided you want the entire Office 365 with its full features, all you have to do is to upgrade your subscription.

Among the other apps you could install whether you have an Android or iOS operating system are the following:

running-ms-office-on-ipadOneNote
This pretty much works like a digital notebook. Ditch that pen and paper and let your notes travel with you wherever you go. Sharing and simultaneous editing is possible as well.

Lync 2013
Once you have subscribed to Office 365 and your plan includes a Lync Online subscription, you may stay connected all the time with others. This is best for organizations using Lync Server 2013.

OneDrive
Share photos, folders, and other files with other people just by using your tablet.

Skype
Call your loved ones and friends anytime just by installing this. Stay connected wherever you are in the world.

Yammer
Keep yourself and others up to date with this social networking platform. Connect with everyone you know, collaborate with your team, and share photos and videos whenever you want.

Just recently, Microsoft released a formal version of Office for Android tablets which have been initially running in beta version. Outlook will soon be ready to join Word, Excel, and PowerPoint as well. Outlook allows users to manage e-mails and schedules just with a swipe.

Virtually, this gives users more control over their lives and this is very helpful.

Microsoft is doing a pretty great job in integrating their widely used programs with other operating systems, such as Android and iOS. It’s a good thing that they still try to maintain the Office vibe of their innovations even if they have been optimized for iOS or Android.

Currently, the apps for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint are made available in App Store and Google Play. Surely, the future of Microsoft Office’s collaboration with other key players in the market looks bright.

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