Microsoft has announced that Office for iPad apps will gain the ability to use add-in apps like its desktop and web Office components; we go hands on with the updated Excel for iPad.
Microsoft's Office apps for the iPhone and iPad can all connect to Apple's iCloud storage service to store, open, and edit files, thanks to new updates for those apps. The new versions of the Word, PowerPoint, and Excel iOS apps should make it easier for users to quickly store their documents remotely using iCloud. Show More Summary
Dropbox is rolling out a new version of its iPhone and iPad app today with a new features including commenting and mentions, a new ‘Recent’ files tab, and 1Password integration. Dropbox for iOS will also gain the ability to create Microsoft Office files including Word, PowerPoint, and Excel documents directly from the app soon. The ‘Recent’ tab is […]
Dropbox has a new update rolling out today for the iPhone and iPad that adds some new features. A future update will allow users to create Microsoft Office files from within the app. The Dropbox 3.9 update lets users add comments to files on the iPhone and iPad, which it added to the web version in late April, along with some other new features. Show More Summary
Users who have used Microsoft Office for the desktop are probably familiar with add-ins. Essentially one could think of add-ins for Office as how extensions are for browsers where users can add more features and functionality to the app that might make their life more convenient. Show More Summary
It was hard to miss the iPhone 6 and iPad Air on stage during the beginning of Microsoft’s BUILD conference for developers. It turns out the Apple devices were used to demo a new feature coming to Office for iPhone and iPad called add-ins… Satya Nadella described Office as a productivity platform rather than a standalone […]
The OnLive streaming service is selling its patents to Sony and shutting down. Meanwhile, Microsoft's Office Lens app launches for Android and iOS and the iPad turns 5....
Microsoft on Thursday launched the Office Lens app for iOS. The scanning app has been available on Windows Phone for about a year, but it is now the latest Windows app to make the transition to iPhone and iPad, following the release of the mobile Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook apps late last year. Show More Summary
Microsoft on Thursday released a new scanning app for the iPhone, Office Lens, while Omni Group's OmniFocus 2 has become a universal title on iOS, eliminating the need for separate iPhone and iPad downloads of the professional task manager.
It’s been roughly a year since Nadella spoke to a group of press in San Francisco about the move to a mobile first and cloud first world. It was at this event that Nadella launched the long awaited Office for iPad and the Enterprise Mobile Suite offering. At this time, many enterprises were [...]
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 … Read more ›
The Mac platform has been treated as an afterthought by Microsoft’s software engineers for decades. That slowly started to change last year with new apps for iPhone and iPad, but with the public release of Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac, … Read more ›
Now here’s a patent Apple might actually use. Granted by the US Patent and Trademark Office on Tuesday (via Apple Insider), Apple’s patent allows for “interactive application sharing,” which would let two or more iPhone or iPad users to share and interact with the same data from an application in real-time. Show More Summary
Keep up with the best gear and deals on the web by signing up for the 9to5Toys Newsletter. Also, be sure to check us out on: Twitter, RSS Feed, Facebook, Google+ and Safari push notifications. Today’s can’t miss deals: Microsoft Office...Show More Summary
Dear iPad and iPhone users: if you like Microsoft Office instead of Apple's iWork suite, but you want to back up your files to Apple's iCloud, Microsoft just made that possible for you. In addition to letting you use iCloud or Dropbox...Show More Summary
Microsoft is really serious about enabling its services to run on all devices and work with other companies' products. The latest example: The Office app for iPhones and iPads can now…
Microsoft today released an update for its suite of Office apps on Apple's iPhone and iPad App Store for users running iOS 8. The 1.6 updates bring, along with the usual bug fixes and performance enhancements, full support for saving...Show More Summary
Microsoft has today released an update for Excel, PowerPoint and Word on iPhone and iPad. Version 1.6 introduces iCloud synchronisation support, as well as implementing some minor bug fixes. The company now enables users to open, edit and save documents using iCloud storage over Microsoft's own OneDrive solution. Show More Summary
In early 2014, Microsoft released their Word, Excel, and PowerPoint applications for the iPad. Launching their Office suite on platforms other than Windows was something that they had seemed reluctant to do for many years, and so the release of Office on iOS was a pivotal moment for the company. Show More Summary
Two months after acquiring Acompli, the company is using that startup's app as the basis for new mobile versions of Outlook. By now, it's no longer news that Microsoft Office is available for iPhones, iPads, and Android devices, in versions...Show More Summary