Microsoft Thursday announced the official full release of its suite of Office applications for Android and versions of its popular email tool Outlook for Android and iOS, according to a release from the company.
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Dropbox has activated new mobile app features that enable Android and iOS users to open and edit Microsoft Office documents from the Dropbox app and access them directly from the Office mobile apps.
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In a turnaround with regards to the mobile version of its Office productivity suite, Microsoft has dropped the requirement for an Office 365 subscription for consumers.