Often discussed but never confirmed, Microsoft’s Office suite could become available not only on Apple’s iOS platform but also Android in March 2013, if Microsoft product manager Petr Bobek and a Czech press release from the company are to be believed. The Verge reports (via IHNED) that Bobek confirmed his employer would release native mobile Office apps on Apple and Google’s smartphone and tablet platforms, as well as its own desktop, tablet and mobile operating systems. The technology website translated a press release offered by Microsoft’s Czech Republic team. Read the full story at The Next Web.
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