Microsoft announced Monday that it's combining Word, Excel and PowerPoint into a single Office app on mobile devices. The new Office app for Android and iOS, in contrast, puts the phone's capabilities front and center.
All of your Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files can be found in one timeline.
Plus, there's a new Lens mode that employs a smartphone camera and sophisticated text recognition algorithms to turn any real-world document or table into a digital Word document or Excel spreadsheet.
From the Home screen, you can view your recent Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files or create a new one. The public preview for the new app is now readily available for both Android and iOS although the quota for iOS has already maxed out at the moment as Apple TestFlight program has a maximum cap of 10,000 users.
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You will also be able to scan QR codes and transfer files between your phone and your computer as well as share documents with nearby mobile devices. You will still need those if the features you're looking for aren't available in Office Mobile - or you're using iPad.
The app also includes a new Actions pane that should be especially effective for document editing on-the-go.
However, Microsoft has been facing some tough competition from Google, which provides its Docs, Sheets, and Slide apps, which are part of its GSuite productivity tools.
Microsoft officials in a statement to ZDNet stated, that the existing Office Mobile apps for Windows are no longer being developed actively. Or you can search for documents across your organization if you are using a work account. You can jot down textual content, develop lists, and attach photographs. The statement of a spokesperson is "We know some users may only need to use one of the apps, and it is the consumer's choice to install the app that best fits their needs".