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Today, we're releasing Office Mobile for iPhone available at no extra charge from the Apple App Store for Office 365 Home Premium and Office 365 ProPlus subscribers. Similar to our free Office Mobile for Windows Phone, the iPhone app enables great Office content viewing and on-the-go content editing capabilities. Read on to learn more.
Today we're announcing that Outlook 2013 RT will be available on Windows RT tablets as part of the free Windows 8.1 update coming later this year. Read on to learn more about this update.
Today, we launched Chip In, a crowd-funding site to help students get a new PC for college. Just like a wedding registry, students sign up for the PC of their choice. Then, they can ask mom, dad, grandma, (Facebook) friends, and (Twitter) followers to chip in to fund the new PC. Even better, we'll chip in too. Microsoft will contribute 10% of the purchase price on select PCs, and for the first 10,000 people who get their PC fully funded, we'll throw in a 4-year subscription to Office 365 University.
Today, Surf Air, the world's first subscription airline, launched in San Francisco. The new airline aims to shake up the traditional passenger service model in much the same way Netflix upended movie rentals. Subscribers pay a set fee each month for up to four boarding passes and tailored access to flights between San Francisco, Monterey, Santa Barbara and Los Angeles. We're not surprised to see more subscriptions take flight, but it is surprising to see the diversity of industries and use cases--from movies to razors to diapers to software. Regardless, the attraction of the subscription model is consistent across all of these, and it mirrors feedback we've gotten from our own customers.
Thanks to you, the new Office is officially the best-selling Office edition yet, with more than one sold every second on average since it launched. In just over 100 days, you've made Office 365 Home Premium a hit with more than 1 million subscriptions sold to consumers, putting it on pace with some of the most popular services around. But the numbers are only part of the story.
Last year, Adobe became a pioneer in offering software subscriptions by unveiling Creative Cloud, their subscription-only software service. Yesterday, they took the next step by announcing plans to discontinue development of their Creative Suite or other CS products. Industry reaction is mixed. Like Adobe, we think subscription software-as-a-service is the future. The benefits are huge. Subscribers get the latest and most complete applications, not to mention support across the multitude of devices people use today.
We think people's shift from packaged software to subscription services will take time. In the meantime, we are committed to offering choice--premier software sold as a package and powerful services sold as a subscription. What do you think about software subscriptions-- #progressive or #premature?
Effective immediately, we have changed the Office 2013 retail license agreement to allow customers to transfer the software from one computer to another. We made this decision based on feedback from our customers who asked for additional flexibility in this area.
Read Microsoft Office Division President Kurt DelBene's blog about the latest release of Microsoft Office 365 for businesses. "When we first set out to build this release of Office, we knew it would be the boldest yet. We wanted to create that 'over-the-shoulder envy' that makes your friend or the guy sitting next to you on the plane ask what you're using. In a recent survey, 96 percent of people who were asked said they'd recommend Office to a friend. With the new Office 365 services we know that customers will enjoy entirely new benefits and unique scenarios that only come alive in the cloud."