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Last November, we delivered a brand new version of Office Mobile, preinstalled on all Windows Phone 8 devices. In June, we released Office Mobile for iPhone as a unique benefit for Office 365 subscribers.
Today, we are launching Office Mobile for Android phones in the United States at no additional charge for Office 365 subscribers. This means that Office 365 subscribers can now work on their Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents from virtually anywhere--using their Windows Phone, iPhone or Android phones.1
Office Mobile for Android phones can be downloaded from the Google Play Store. To use the app, you need a qualifying Office 365 subscription, including Office 365 Home Premium or Office 365 ProPlus (you can find the complete list of qualifying subscriptions here). Office Mobile for Android phones is initially available in the United States, with more countries coming on board over the next several weeks.
So what's great about Office Mobile for Android phones?
Office Mobile is the official companion to Microsoft Office. Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents look great on your phone, thanks to support for charts, animations, SmartArt Graphics, and shapes. When you make edits or add comments to a document, the formatting and layout remain intact. When you return to your PC or Mac, your document looks like it should.
Office Mobile is designed for people on the go. We made it easy to access your Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents in the cloud on SkyDrive or SkyDrive Pro. When you're on your phone, you'll see the list of documents you recently opened on your computer in the Recent Documents panel--no searching needed. And of course, you can view and edit documents you receive in email.
Office Mobile has been optimized for the small screen of your phone so you can get things done efficiently. When reviewing Word documents, the Resume Reading feature takes you to the exact point in the document where you left off on your PC so you don't waste time searching. The new Slide Navigator lets you browse through PowerPoint presentations fast while Speaker Notes help you practice on the run.
Edit documents and share them right from your phone. You can review comments in Word and Excel documents on your phone and add your own. When you're done, you can save the file back to SkyDrive or SkyDrive Pro or just send it as an email attachment.
Go ahead and download Office Mobile from the Google Play store.
If you want to try Office Mobile for Android phones, but don't have an Office 365 subscription, you can sign up for a free 30 day Office 365 trial at http://www.office.com/. And of course, if you're already using a Windows Phone, then Office Mobile is already installed on your phone.
Want to learn more? You can find more details in the Office 365 Tech blog.
1Compatible phone and WiFi or mobile network connectivity required. See office.com/mobile.
Read in FRENCH here: blogs.microsoft.fr/.../office-mobile-arrive-sur-android-aux-etats-unis-pour-les-abonnes-office-365.html
When will it be available for tablets? and in Australia?
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Hi R, we plan to release the app in Australia within the next several weeks.
We built Office Mobile for Android phones to ensure a great Office experience when using a small screen device. If you have an Android tablet, we recommend using the Office Web Apps which provide the best Office experience on a tablet.
Over on the Office blog there have been a couple of announcements. If you’ve got an Office 365 subscription
Oh sweet so on my Surface I should just cancel my 365 subscription and use the free apps. Thanks! I guess I didn't even need to buy a surface I could have bought a cheap Nexus 7 and used Web Apps.
Too bad, all of my Android devices (meeting the specs) are "not compatible with any of your devices" :-(
@Alec, don't cancel your Office 365 subscription yet, and hang on to that Surface tablet :-). The very best Office 365 experience is with Office 2013 on a Windows tablet. Here's a full comparison of Office 2013 and the Office Web Apps: technet.microsoft.com/.../office-web-apps-service-description.aspx
What possible reason can you have for preventing Canadians from downloading this?
@Adam, we are making sure everything goes smoothly for you by letting us poor Americans work out the kinks first :-). It's coming to Canada and other markets in the next several weeks, so stay tuned and thanks for your patience.
@Sander I'm sorry to hear you're having problems. If you're outside the United States, you will still have to wait a few weeks for the app to be available for download. If you're in the U.S. and having issues, feel free to get Office 365 technical support at support.microsoft.com/.../mobile.
Please include Mexico on the next available batch, we already use office365 services and would love to be able to work with this app
How come it does not work with my Nexus 10? I think the tablet would be the way to go with this. We use Office 365 in our new start-up company and prefer android devices.
2013年7月31 日米国にて提供を開始したOffice Mobile for Android Phonesですが、現時点での日本市場での提供は予定されておりません。 今後、本アプリケーションの日本市場への提供については引き続検討を行ってまいります