Three updates are rated critical. The critical update for Office affects Office for Mac as well.
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Packed with new features for non-Office 365 subscribers, Microsoft's updates to its Office apps for iPhone and iPad are highly welcomed, but device limitations reach a peak.
Microsoft is making available new versions of its Office apps for iPads and iPhones, and is making more of the core Office functionality available for free to consumers.
Microsoft and Dropbox are partnering to improve integration between Dropbox and Microsoft Office.
Microsoft released a new version of Outlook for the Mac today, aimed exclusively at Office 365 subscribers. The company also detailed ambitious plans for Office for the Mac upgrades next year.
This week in iOS saw the iPhone 6 shipping, iOS 8 becoming available, and word that Apple's iWork office suite apps would come preloaded on new iPhones with large storage capacity.
Another update improves the free office suite that's still trying to compete with older versions of Microsoft Office. However, both Office and modern web apps are moving in a different, more mobile, direction.
Microsoft's plan is to tout Windows value and the ability to run native and Web apps, full Office, desktop apps and work with existing peripherals in its battle with Google's Chromebook.
Microsoft has made available for download a new minor update to Office for Mac 2011. There's still no updated word on when the next major version will be available.
Many of the most interesting and useful apps are not available via the Mac App Store or are available only as reduced capability versions. In this gallery, we look at ten we use regularly.
In another example of Microsoft's mobile-first strategy, the company is expected to make the Android tablet version of its core touch-first Office apps available months ahead of the Windows 8 variant.
Salesforce and Microsoft have agreed to tighten ties between Salesforce's CRM apps and platform and Microsoft's Windows and Office.
Google has spun off its spreadsheet and word processing services as discrete apps for iOS. Here's what you need to know.
Continuing its cross-platform push, Microsoft has updated its OneNote for iPhone and Mac apps with some noteworthy new features.
Readers may have given the ZDNet Great Debate to the 'yawn' vote, but the fact that Office for iPad apps are flying off the shelves suggests that Microsoft has indeed captured the imaginations of increasingly mobile users. Whether it can keep them, is the big question.
Four months after I swore off Office for Mac in favour of Apache OpenOffice, I'm happy to say that the change has stuck. OpenOffice may not have everything Office power users need, but for the other 99 percent it's capable, reliable, and more compatible with Word than even Apple's Pages.
Surprise, surprise — Microsoft's Office apps are a hit on the iPad.
Google's office suite may not be as feature rich as Microsoft's Office, but the apps are easy to use. These simple features make it even easier to build Google Slides presentations.
The iPad world is abuzz with the official release of Office for iPad. The apps are free but limited unless you have an Office subscription. Microsoft is giving subscriptions away to some iPad owners in a promotion.
It took four years, but Microsoft has finally released full-featured Office apps for the iPad. As expected, the new Word, Excel, and PowerPoint apps are free to install but require an Office 365 subscription to unlock the full set of features. Here's what you can expect.
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