Office Mobile for Android launched

Microsoft has launched an Office 365 app on the Google Play store

July 31, 2013
Microsoft Office 365

Office Mobile for Android has been launched on the Google Play store, Microsoft announced in a press statement today (31 July 2013).

The app will let Android users with supported Office 365 subscriptions access Word, Excel, and PowerPoint on their mobile phones and tablet PCs.

Any subscription that includes the full Office 2013 desktop application suite also includes Office Mobile, Microsoft said.

South Africa is among the markets in which the app will be made available, Microsoft said.

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