Microsoft Office app officially launch for Android phones. Word, Powerpoint and Excel are available in the Google Play Store.
These standalone apps Word, Powerpoint and Excel are require Android 4.4 or higher, are the replacement for the Office Mobile on Android phones. Office apps for Android phones are available for free with no Office subscription for those who only want to do little bit creation, viewing and editing. To unlock more functionality, users need an Office 365 subscription. The Office for Android phone apps were previewed by the Androis users across 83 different countries using over 1,900 different Android smartphone models, then Microsoft Office app officially launch for Android phones. Kirk Koenigsbauer announcemened the Office 365 blog this morning. Koenigbsauer said:
During the preview, we heard from thousands of these users, and over the last few weeks we were able to incorporate a lot of their feedback into the apps we’re launching today. For example, we made it easier to connect to other popular third-party storage offerings like Google Drive and Box, as well as many usability adjustments to make it easier to navigate commands within the apps.
Limitation are also here, you can’t run these app on a phone which contain at least 1GB of RAM and Android 4.4 KitKat or higher. This is the sad news for the other Android users less than Android 4.4.