Microsoft hosted a press briefing in San Francisco today.After the CEO discussed Microsoft’s ‘mobile first, cloud first’ strategy, Julia White, Microsoft’s chief of Office Division Product Management, revealed Office for iPad.
Similar to Office 365 for iPhone which debuted last June, Office for iPad requires Microsoft’s Office 365 subscription for editing features. The entry-level subscription tier will set you back $9.99-per-month (or $99.99 per year) for a Home Premium package, which buys you access to the Office applications for Windows, Mac and mobile on up to five devices.
Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint apps are now available for download in the App Store, joining Microsoft’s existing OneNote for iPhone and iPad.They’re FREE.
Take a look at Office for iPad here :
With the free apps, you can read Word documents, use Excel data and present with PowerPoint. With an Office 365 subscription, you can edit and create new documents with the iPad. An Office 365 subscription not only gets you the complete Office apps for iPad, but also always-up-to-date versions of Office for PC and Mac.
There’s also a news for iPhone and Android users.
Just like Office Mobile for Windows Phone, Office Mobile for iPhone and Android phones free for everyone,
” With Office Mobile, you have the ability to view and edit your Office content on the go.”
What makes office for iPhone special is , it’s FREE to view and edit unlike iPad.
Download Office for iPad and iPhone.
Try them and do give your feedback.