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Microsoft launches $70/year Office 365 Personal for Mac, iPad

Pricing on Microsoft's Office 365 service became a little more affordable for individual users on Tuesday, as the company launched a new "Personal" subscription plan priced at $69.99 per year.

Microsoft Launches 'Office 365 Personal' Plan for One Mac and One iPad at $69/Year

Microsoft today started selling its Office 365 Personal subscription, a less expensive version of Office 365 that targets individual users. The cloud-based subscription service provides access to online versions of Microsoft's Office...Show More Summary

Microsoft’s new cheaper 365 subscription gets you Office on one Mac & iPad for $69/year

Microsoft is launching a cheaper ‘Personal’ Office 366 subscription today that will give you access to the cloud services and mobile apps for $69/year or $6.99/month opposed to the $99/year Home subscription. The new Personal subscription only provides access for one Mac (or PC) and iPad (or tablet) instead of the 5 PC or Macs […]

Microsoft launches Office 365 Personal subscription: One PC/Mac and one tablet for $69.99/year or $6.99/month

Microsoft today launched its Office 365 Personal subscription, a cheaper alternative that is limited to just two devices: one PC or Mac and one tablet. Instead of $99.99 per year or $99.99 per month for the Home subscription, the Personal option goes for $69.99 per year or $6.99 per month. Show More Summary

Microsoft's Office for iPad Team Discusses Ballmer's Role in Launch, Mac Synergy, and More

Since Microsoft Office for iPad was released shortly after Satya Nadella took the reins at Microsoft, many assumed that he had given the final go ahead for the release of the software. As it turns out, it was actually outgoing CEO Steve...Show More Summary

Apple Updates Pages, Numbers, Keynote In iWork With Focus On iCloud

Hot on the heels of Microsoft launching Office on the iPad, Apple has issued an update for its free office suite of iWork productivity apps on iOS, Mac and with a focus on iCloud. This includes updates to word-processing app Pages, spreadsheet app Numbers, and presentation app Keynote. Show More Summary

Microsoft Office for Mac: Is It Any Different?

Did you know that Microsoft Office was released for Mac before Windows PCs? This now-ubiquitous software has been around since 1989, and is still going strong today as one of the most popular choices for an office suite. There have traditionally...Show More Summary

iWork for iCloud Updated With Retina Support and Design Improvements, iOS and Mac Updates to Follow

Following the launch of Microsoft's Office apps for iOS, Apple is updating its iWork apps for iCloud, Mac, and iOS, adding some major improvements to compete with Microsoft's Excel, Keynote, and Word. As noted by 9to5Mac, Pages, Numbers,...Show More Summary

Join us for the Microsoft announcement liveblog, 10am PT/1pm ET Thursday

All the signs are pointing to an Office for iPad announcement coming tomorrow from Microsoft's new CEO Satya Nadella. While the software giant's product teams were long suspected of having a finished iPad version of the PC and Mac productivity suite...

Microsoft finally sets OneNote free

The very useful but little-used notetaking and research app gets unbundled from Office and offered for PCs and Macs, at no cost

How To Keep Up With March Madness On Your iPhone, iPad, And Mac

It’s that time of year when office work comes to a stand still for weeks thanks to the NCAA’s annual celebration of sweat, leather, and nylon nets. The first games have just gotten underway and thanks to the glorious blessings … Read more ›

Microsoft’s OneNote App on Mac Tops the App Charts

Nearly two years after the launch of Microsoft’s Surface tablets, we’re still waiting for a fully touch-optimized version of arguably the company’s most important product: Office. For iPad users, though, the wait is about to end. While it might seem odd for Microsoft to launch an iPad version of Office before taking care of its... Read More

Office For iPad Is Coming And Should Give Microsoft Earnings A Boost

ByMichael Blair: Microsoft (MSFT) is about to release Office for the iPad according to reports. (click to enlarge) Source: Cult of Mac The iPad has been a resounding success for Apple selling about 200 million units since its 2010 launch. (click...Show More Summary

Office Lens Brings Optical Character Recognition To Windows Phone

Earlier today Microsoft released OneNote for Mac, and it also made its popular note-taking application free for all. With the app, it was also rumored that the company would launch Office Lens, an app that brings optical character recognition to Windows Phone. Show More Summary

OneNote and Microsoft's quiet API revolution

Microsoft just released OneNote for Mac today. They also made OneNote for PC free, which means there's a free OneNote app on Windows, Windows Phone, iOS, Mac, Android and a really full featured HTML5 web version at http://www.office.com. Show More Summary

Mac: Microsoft OneNote

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Although Microsoft doesn’t offer all of its OS X software through the Mac App Store—the Microsoft Office suite is conspicuously missing—it does have a handful of titles available for download. Today, that list has grown by one with the addition of OneNote (Free). Show More Summary

Mac Users, The Wait For a New Version Of Office May Soon Be Over

It isn’t easy to be an Apple fan and a fan of Microsoft Office, too. But some small business owners are certainly in that boat.You may prefer a Mac for work, but clients can’t stop sending you.doc files. So what is a Mac loving Microsoft Office using business owner to do? Well, fortunately a... Show More Summary

How Microsoft Is Keeping Office Alive

Launching Office on the iPad and updating Office for Mac could reinvigorate the productivity software in a dying PC market.

Is Microsoft Office on the Mac still important?

A new version of Microsoft Office may be ready for the Mac soon. Is it as important as it used to be? Rumor has it that Microsoft is on the cusp of releasing a new version of Office for Mac. It's been more than three years since the last version of Office came out. Show More Summary

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