Box Inc. announced a new mobile application for Apple Inc.’s iPhone and iPad. Called Capture, the business-oriented photo/video app comes as Box seeks to become more ingrained in ways employees work outside of offices.
Want to use Microsoft Office on Apple's upcoming iPad Pro tablet? You can, but unlike on other iPads, you'll have to pay for it and that shouldn't surprise you.
Current iPad owners can download Microsoft Office apps free of charge, using them for both viewing and basic editing – but that won’t be the case with the iPad Pro, Microsoft told arsTechnica. Office on the iPad Pro will require an Office 365 subscription for any and all editing. That’s because Microsoft defines a 10.1 inch […]
So…you own an iPad Pro and planning to get Office apps running on your new tablet (yes, it’s a tablet)? Well, we’ve some bad news for you. To be able to use Office on your iPad Pro, you will require an Office 365 subscription. A Microsoft spokesperson told Ars Technica that users will indeed need Office 365 […]
If iPad Pro users want to use Microsoft’s Office suite, they’re going to have to pay for an Office 365 subscription. In a March blog post, Microsoft VP Kirk Koenigsbauer said the company uses screen size to “delineate between professional...Show More Summary
The iPad Pro is due for release sometime in November, but owners who want to use the iOS Office apps on the 12.9-inch will need to pay Microsoft for an Office 365 subscription if they want to edit any office files on the tablet. While...Show More Summary
Big screen devices don't get to create or edit Office documents for free.
Microsoft has updated its Office suite of apps for the iPad. The company has made it so its productivity offering is ready for the multitasking capabilities being introduced in iOS 9. There's also enhanced support for the new Apple Pencil too. Show More Summary
We've seen some great gadgets and equipment for designers. So many cool stuff, that we could actually assemble infinite perfect office spaces! Every week we'll assemble a perfect office, and we'd like you to help us. What equipment would...Show More Summary
News this week in iOS saw new iPhones and the iPad Pro released, a major update for Office is coming for iOS 9, and Siri will use personalized voice input.
Microsoft also says it has ‘enhanced the upgrade and installation experience, and for Office 365 subscribers, we’ve made changes to how the 2016 apps are updated moving forward. Along with a larger 12.9-inch screen, the tablet features an A9X chip, four speakers, and more. Apple has announced the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, the
Apple Inc.is known for a consumer-first strategy that has reared years of must-have retail products, but the company made clear at Wednesday’s product event that it is now targeting a whole new set of customers. Bigger form factor, check. Users can quickly glance on an app with Apple’s Slide Out multitasking method, where the user
With the coming release of WatchOS 2, Apple is allowing app makers to put app data in complications, which are little windows on the watch face. The company is now worth more than $640 billion, making it nearly twice as large as Microsoft; the iPad, iPhone, MacBook family and the iMac are the industry benchmark
On Apple's new iPad Pro, Office users can run Excel and PowerPoint side by side. Meanwhile, Apple Watch owners can check their Outlook email and appointments.
In a surprise move, Microsoft sent a pair of representatives to Apple’s big press event in San Francisco Wednesday, September 9, to demonstrate new features in Office for iOS that are tailored for the new iPad Pro, PCWorld reports. At today’s Apple Event, Apple brought a couple of conquered tech enemies on stage to pay
Microsoft's surprise appearance at Apple's press event this week showed off how its Office apps will work with the upcoming iPad Pro tablet. Now the company has offered more information on how Office will work with the iPad on iOS 9....Show More Summary
Microsoft is updating its Office apps for iOS for Apple's new iPad Pro, iOS 9 and WatchOS 2 platforms.
Microsoft has announced that its Office apps will be all set for the launch of iOS 9 and the iPad Pro, with support for multi-tasking and marking up documents using the Apple Pencil. The company highlighted five features on its blog, the first two of particular note. Slide Over lets you open a second app without […]
Microsoft has announced a flurry of Office updates for […]
Microsoft has announced updates for its Office suite of productivity apps as well as its Outlook email client that will take advantage of the new features in Apple’s iOS 9, WatchOS 2 and the upcoming iPad Pro. Thanks to iOS 9’s support...Show More Summary