Microsoft is moving one step closer to releasing its Office applications on iPad, iPhone and Android, according to a recent report by The Verge. Although rumours about Office Mobile have been circulating for some time now – especially once an iPad version was spotted by The Daily – there has been very little evidence to suggest that the apps are actively in development. The Verge, however, say they have learned through “several sources close to Microsoft’s plans” that the technology powerhouse will release versions of its Office applications for both Android and iOS early next year. These will support Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents. Read the full story at The Next Web.
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