Microsoft announced today that it is applying a consistent new design to its flagship mobile apps.
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Jon Bell, the designer who previously explained Microsoft's move away from the Metro design language, is back with a fascinating peek at how his team designed the Office Mobile apps to fit on small phone and tablet screens.
If you want to use the Office Mobile apps to edit documents on Windows 10 Mobile with Continuum, you're going to need to pay up: This feature won't be free.
To help customers get quickly up to speed on the new Office releases, Microsoft this week shipped sets of free Quick Start Guides for Office 2016.
It should come as no surprise that iPad Pro owners will need an Office 365 subscription to get the full functionality of Microsoft Office Mobile apps.
With the arrival of Windows 10 and the universal Office mobile apps, Microsoft is no longer providing free Office 365 Personal subscriptions to customers.
Filling in the final major missing piece of its strategy to deliver traditional Office apps on mobile, Microsoft on Tuesday shipped preview versions of its Office apps—Word, Excel, and PowerPoint—for Android phones.