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Microsoft is rolling out a small-screen optimized version of Word, Excel and PowerPoint for iPhone users who subscribe to Office 365.
The popular mobile productivity suite, already preinstalled on some Android phones as a document reader, is now available in the Android Market with full editing functionality
As I mentioned in my last Office for the iPhone post the folks at DataViz and Quickoffice keep going at it back and forth with improvements to their Office products. It looks like DataViz took the lead from Quickoffice with their latest release I just read about at The iPhone Blog site. DataViz renamed their Documents To Go with Exchange Attachments product to Documents To Go Premium and added some functionality that I know many have been waiting for, including PowerPoint and Gmail support.
I am reminded of the good old days of the competition between mobile software on my Palm devices when I see developers like DataViz and Quickoffice going back and forth with updates and improvements. We are seeing this same competition take place on the iPhone as one takes the lead and then the other comes out with an update that passes the other one by, until the other updates yet again and retakes the lead. Today, we see that DataViz has released Documents To Go version 2.0 that adds support for Excel on the iPhone. This is a FREE update for existing owners. We now have both apps supporting Word and Excel on the iPhone and it looks like the next hurdle is PowerPoint.
Applications for the Apple iPhone continue to be released at a rapid pace and it looks like DataViz may be the first to launch with a full Office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) suite in its Documents To Go application. Evernote also continues to be updated and now supports offline note creation and storage for those times when you do not have a wireless connection available.
Apple has finally found its toehold in the enterprise with iPhone. The only question is much of the rest of the Apple bandwagon gets dragged into the big business maw. I have to say, using Keynote to whip out a preso I'm giving this morning saved my butt. Trying to do it in Powerpoint would have made me miss the point.
In her All About Microsoft blog, my colleague Mary Jo Foley notes an official Microsoft Mac Mojo blog posting from earlier this week that has revealed technology in the forthcoming (January 15) Office 2008 for Mac that will allow users to export PowerPoint 2008 presentations onto their iPods and/or iPhones.Here's the relevant excerpt from this blog post (linked above)“Getting presentations from PowerPoint 2008 for Mac to your iPod or iPhone is easy.
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