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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 that ships with every handset, the iPhone app enables great Office content viewing and on-the-go content editing capabilities.
After signing in to an Office 365 account, you can access, view and edit Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents from anywhere. And, you can count on Office Mobile to keep all your content and formatting intact so the document still looks great when you're back on your PC or Mac.
When we launched Office 365 earlier this year, we committed to delivering regular updates and new capabilities to Office 365 subscribers. Since then, we've expanded Skype calling and added new OneNote features. Office Mobile is another great example of the value of subscribing to Office 365, and I can guarantee you, there will be lots more to come.
So, let's get into the fun stuff and look at what this app can do!
Because Office Mobile is from Microsoft, your formatting and layout remain intact when viewing, editing or adding comments, thanks to support for charts, animations, SmartArt graphics and shapes. When you return to your PC or Mac your document looks like it should.
Excel on Office Mobile for iPhone
Office Mobile is designed for people on the move. We made it quick and easy to access your Office content in the cloud on SkyDrive or SkyDrive Pro. When you're on your phone, you'll easily find the content you viewed on your computer in the Recent Documents panel. And, of course, you can view and edit Office documents sent in email.
Recent Documents on Office Mobile for iPhone
Office Mobile has been optimized for the small screen of your phone so you can get the important things done quickly. For instance, the Slide Navigator allows you to page through PowerPoint presentations fast while Speaker Notes help you practice presentations on the go. When reviewing Word documents on your phone, the Resume Reading feature takes you to the exact point in the document where you left off on your computer so you never miss a beat.
You can make quick edits and share your documents right from your phone with Office Mobile. When working with others, you can review comments in Word and Excel documents on your phone and add your own. When you're done, you can save directly to SkyDrive or SkyDrive Pro or just send as an email attachment.
If you don't already have an Office 365 subscription, a great way to try Office Mobile is to sign up for an Office 365 trial at http://www.office.com/. And of course, if you're already using a Windows Phone you have Office Mobile already installed on your phone.
For those of you who want to see the app in action, check out this video. You can also learn more at the Office 365 Tech blog.
--Julia White, General Manager, Microsoft Office Division
@Bill Tandy, thanks for asking, Bill. Unfortunately, Plan P1 isn't eligible for Office Mobile for iPhone. The app requires an Office 365 subscription with rights to the Office client applications (e.g. a Plan P2 or E3 subscription). In the blog above, there is a link to the Office 365 Tech Blog, which has a full list of qualifying products.
@Chris Rom, thanks for the feedback. For corporate customers, a subscription with the Office client applications is also required. See the Office 365 Tech Blog (link above) for details on how that works, and if your company is interested, please talk to your account rep or partner about what the options are based on your current setup.
Nu släpps Office Mobile för iPhone i Apples App Store utan extra kostnad för Office 365
I wish we had a mail client that would surface the App Bar (Apps for Office). Using a browser to get to this functionality is less than ideal.
I have a 2 part question -
1. After downloading the app, how does one apply the license from the Office 365 Subscription that is already active?
2. On the release information it does not mention anything about being able to apply this on iPad devices, however on the iTunes product description for the application it lists the iPad as a compatible device/requirement. Can someone confirm if this license will be covered on these devices too?
I tried to install this on my ipad2 and was denied because the app needed an autofocus camera. Is this really a pre-req or only the first error it came to? I'm a 365 subscriber and am having a hard time believing I really need a better camera to edit my word docs.
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For Q1, when you initially launch the iOS app you'll have an opportunity to put in your Office365 userid (you choose the Sign-In button under "I have an Office 365 subscription.") and "activate" the application. For Q2, the iPhone app will install on selected iPads (iPad "3" and higher), and the activation process is identical. There's nothing special one does on the back-end other than making sure you have an Office365 E3 license assigned to that account. I haven't fully tested what the minimum subcomponent licenses of E3 are required, but at a minimum, the Office Web Apps would need to be assigned (which, in turn, requires SharePoint Online).
Tim Tetrick Microsoft recently released the next wave of OneNote applications for iPhone, iPad, and Android
Over on the Office blog there have been a couple of announcements. If you’ve got an Office 365 subscription
Today in the U.S. Office Mobile for Android phones is available in the Google Play store for existing Office 365 subscribers.
Tim Tetrick Microsoft recently released Office Mobile for Android phones , which can be downloaded from
Work is no longer 9-5, nor confined to a single location. People are out and about more than ever and need to be able to access their documents and data whenever and wherever they are. As we shared at SharePoint Conference in November, we've been working