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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.
Once again the international community are treated like second class citizens. The excuse of letting the USA work out the "kinks" is pretty weak. If you were really working out the kinks you'd have done so in a way smaller market than the US. No doubt the real reason is something else, and If it commercially sensitive then I think most people would understand. But I think you're insulting our intelligence to say you're working on kinks with such a key market.
Why doesn't this work on the new Nexus 7? signing in for the web version takes you back to the old Outlook Web Access rather than the new office 365 look. it seems crazy that there is no decent way to look at my office 365 mail on this brand spanking new tablet.
LoadedQuestion, I suspect the real reason has to do with government issues more than anything else. For example, if there is encryption in the software then the US government has laws that control export and foreign governments likely have laws controlling import. So, it cannot simply be posted to the world to download if there is strong encryption. There might be other business reasons, but I'm quite certain it has nothing to do with testing it in the US and I'm pretty sure MS would love to rake in additional revenue around the world. So, there must be valid business or legal reasons.
John Mancini, it cannot be installed on last year's Nexus 7, either. Apparently, MS did a half-baked job and did not design for tablets at all. Of course, there is a heading above that tipped us off ("Designed for the phone"). Microsoft almost lured me into a subscription, but blew it when I cannot use my Nexus 7.
Office Mobile for Android
Useless on devices with WVGA Screens (i.e. Galaxy S2) especially in Word documents with multiple indent levels. Does not allow panning or pinch zooming to fit more content on the screen. If you are a non-corporate Office 365 Home Premium user, you're better off just paying for OfficeSuite Pro 7 on Android (Universal App - Tablet and Phone optimized) which has SkyDrive support.
This app is pretty damn useless.
Also, when can we expect a OneNote app that actually functions like a tablet app on Android Tablets (similar to the iOS/iPad tablet app)? I'm waiting one more month for it, and then I'm cancelling my Office 365 Subscription. The current one is pretty worthless on Tablets, TBQH...
Other than to say "I have a first party Office App," I have literally no clue why anyone would install this and not just pay for OfficeSuite Pro 7. This app is *that* bad, especially for people who use multiple form factors (i.e. no Tablet version of this is available and the Web Apps perform terribly on Mobile/Tablet Browsers, IMO).
Why Microsoft make us wait for the app to be available in other countries, its really unfair
Posted by Amy Green Director, Worldwide Marketing and Operations Yesterday Microsoft released Office Mobile for Android phones , which is available at no extra charge from the Google Play Store for Office 365 subscribers. This means that Office 365 subscribers
Tuesday the 30th we had our July meeting of the Office 365 I ...
Please explain why you can not launch outside of the US.
Une bonne nouvelle pour les utilisateurs d’Office 365 qui sont aussi possesseurs de téléphones Android
Hi Eric, we'll launch the app in other markets in the next several weeks. Launching the app in one market makes it easier for us to test if the app works well on the multitude of Android phones out there. If we find an issue, we can fix it before launching in other markets. Thanks for your patience, Eric!
We cant wait to start working on this app!!
I don't get why some of you are complaining about the nexus not working with this app. Your problem is the fact that you didn't buy a surface. Android is for play. Windows is for work and productivity. I mean, the Android app store is literally called, "Google Play."
Office 365 on the Laptop/ Desktop/ Nokia Lumia 920 works reeeal smooooth. Its actually better than the 2010 release, with every component improved, thus justifying the migration from older Office versions. Just as its meant to be!
Can't wait to run it on the 7" Samsung Galaxy Tab, even though I don't use it so much anymore since its the GT P1000 which only has a single-core Processor, a mere 512 MB RAM and therefore, is terribly slow overall...