A new update to CloudOn has added support for the iPhone and the iPad mini to the company's app that lets users stream a version of Microsoft Office to non-Windows products.
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CloudOn has added some more features for its cloud-based Microsoft Office service designed for iOS and Android tablet owners, including annotation support in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
CloudOn has now launched its Android tablet app, letting people access Microsoft Office software via those supported tablets along with a number of other features.
The recently revealed company CloudOn has launched its 2.0 iPad app, letting people access Microsoft Office software via Apple's iPad along with other features.
It's not from Microsoft, but a new app is trying to bring Office to the iPad - Ribbon and all. CloudOn promises all the features of Office on the go, including cloud syncing courtesy of Dropbox.