After years of delay, Microsoft finally unveiled a version of its ubiquitous Office suite for the iPad. So can we now use the iPad as our primary electronic work tool?
Redmond has finally released Microsoft Office for the iPad, nearly four years after the first-generation iPad was releaded in April 2010.
A licensing loophole can let users gain access to the full version of Office apps on iPad for free, according to a report on CNET. This means that unethical users can avoid paying the $100 annual subscription yet benefit from its full capabilities.
As reported last week, Microsoft today took the wraps off Microsoft Office suite of productivity applications for the iPad. The product family includes Word, Excel and PowerPoint for iPad, which are available as separate apps that can be downloaded for free from the Apple App Store.
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