Office Mobile for Android smartphones looks great on the HTC One (Gallery)

Office Mobile for Android smartphones looks great on the HTC One (Gallery)

Summary: Microsoft continues to roll out Office Mobile for different platforms and today we see the launch for Android smartphones. With the largest smartphone displays, Android is a perfect platform for working with Office files on the go.

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  • Editing a PowerPoint presentation on Android

  • Viewing my Skydrive storage

  • Inserting a chart on Android

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Topics: Mobility, Android, Microsoft, Smartphones

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  • for those who don't have

    office 365, you don't need MS office and I'd recommend OfficeSuite Pro 7. Free, but $5 for optional font pack which I am going to purchase to support the developer. Was just updated with the Navbar recently. Very slick using the android style guidelines. I don't really do much except view the occasional attachment if on the road. Has skydrive (formerly) intergration too.
    drwong
  • for those who don't have

    office 365, you don't need MS office and I'd recommend OfficeSuite Pro 7. Free, but $5 for optional font pack which I am going to purchase to support the developer. Was just updated with the Navbar recently. Very slick using the android style guidelines. I don't really do much except view the occasional attachment if on the road. Has skydrive (formerly) intergration too.
    drwong
  • I don't get why somebody would use Office Mobile

    Seriously, Office 365 had a subscription fee and Google docs is free with Google Drive and yet it has more functionality than Office 365 Mobile.
    slickjim
    • And when you're Off-line

      That Google Apps subscription comes with something sub-par.
      Michael Alan Goff
  • Looks Good

    I would look into this if it did not require a subscription.
    Thanks for the review.

    You are correct, it is a very good phone (HTC One Stealth)
    rhonin
  • Good

    It's good MS in back to its roots in bringing MS Office to other platforms not just Windows

    In the 80s MS Word was running on Mac, Atari and Amiga
    ThinkFairer8