Microsoft introduces Office Mobile app for iPhone
Microsoft has finally launched the long awaited version of its Office feature on iPhone.
Microsoft has launched the app which allows users to view and edit files of Word, Excel and Powerpoint, reports ABC News.
According to the report, the app comes with certain prerequisites before beginning. The app requires the user to sign in with an Office 365 account and also requires the user to have an Office Home Premium or a Microsoft Pro Plus subscription.
The newest version of Office 365 is available for a yearly charge of 99.99 dollars, which includes updates to Word, Excel and Powerpoint along with 20GB of cloud storage in Microsoft’s Cloud SkyDrive service and access to the software on up to five computers.
The report said that the new app also allows user to send documents through email.
Microsoft’s Jevon Fark said that there are no plans for the company to launch the feature for its iPads. However, the latest version of Office will be launched for the Mac series in this year.
The Microsoft Office Mobile app is available for download on Apple App store, the report added.