Microsoft has announced a handful of new features for Forms, including its addition to the Office mobile app and a new integration with Teams that lets users create polls in meetings.
Microsoft has updated the iOS Office app, adding support for transferring HEIC files through the app. The update also adds a Dictate feature for Word files and a multi-select option for the Media tab.
A new report suggests that Microsoft will bring support for mouse and trackpad to its Office apps on iPadOS by this fall. It includes Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, and the unified Office mobile app.
Microsoft has gone over some of the recent updates to the Microsoft 365 platform over the course of February. They include the new unified Office mobile app, collaboration improvements, and more.
Microsoft's unified Office app on Android might receive support for dual-screen devices. A user video shows the app with two documents open simultaneously, running on an LG G8X ThinQ with two screens.
Among other things, this week brought a new Windows 10 vNext build with a colourful lineup of new icons, new Edge builds and roadmap updates, and more games to play. Be sure to catch up below.
Microsoft has announced that the unified Office mobile app, which was released in preview back at Ignite, is generally available on iOS and Android starting today. It also announced new features.
Earlier this week, Microsoft announced that it will be killing off the Office apps for Windows 10 Mobile; however, it turns out that the apps themselves won't be killed off on Windows 10 as a whole.
In a support document published on Friday, Microsoft announced that it will be ending support for the Office apps on Windows 10 Mobile, but not until 2021, over a year after OS support ends.
This past week we saw the release of two new 20H1 builds, the arrival of more Fluent Design to Office mobile apps, and even got some more info on Project xCloud. Be sure to catch up below.
Microsoft has shared some news regarding the implementation of Fluent design elements on mobile apps, including the release of refreshed Office mobile apps, including OneNote and Word.
At its annual Ignite event, Microsoft showcased a wide range of cloud, productivity, and security announcements, everything from Office to Azure, and more. Be sure to catch up below.
At its Ignite 2019 conference today, Microsoft announced its new unified Office app, combining Word, Excel, and PowerPoint into a single application on both iOS and Android devices.
A new report suggests that the company might offer a unified, more lightweight app containing the core functionalities of the Word, PowerPoint and Excel apps for iOS users, in addition to Android.
Some members of the Outlook for iOS and Android have been teasing an announcement for tomorrow, and it seems like the announcement will be dark mode for Microsoft's Office mobile apps.
Today on Twitter, the MS Office Insiders account confirmed that the Office Mobile apps for Windows 10 will get new icons, despite the suite of apps not receiving many new features.
Last we heard, the Office Mobile apps for Windows 10 were in maintenance mode, but it seems that the team is still adding some improvements to them, including a radial color picker for ink users.
During a session at its Ignite 2018 conference in Orlando on Wednesday, Microsoft announced the new features that are coming to its Office Mobile suite of applications on iOS and Android.
At a session involving the company's Office apps at Ignite 2018, Microsoft confirmed that its Office mobile app efforts are focused on iOS and Android, and the Windows 10 apps don't get new features.
Microsoft today released a preview for the February 2018 feature update of Office Mobile to Windows Insiders. The applications are for Windows 10 Mobile devices, and small tablets.
After a stealthy release of Office 365 for Android-based Chromebooks, Microsoft has finally come forward and acknowledged that the new preview build is out, but that it still needs a bit of work.
Microsoft has released the latest Office Insider Preview builds for three platforms, bringing a range of improvements and new features to its Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook apps.
Today, Microsoft updated its trio of Office Mobile apps today for Insiders, bringing Fluent Design features such as Acrylic blur and the reveal highlight effect to Windows 10 PCs, but not phones.
Microsoft has released the latest Insider Preview for its Office Mobile apps on Windows 10 PCs and phones in the Slow ring, bringing a bunch of new features to its Word Mobile app.
Microsoft has released a new Insider Preview of Office Mobile, which is the January update. The update contains quite a few OneNote improvements, as well as a few for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
Microsoft seems to be rolling out Office Insider Preview builds for everyone today, as it has now released a new build for the Office Mobile apps that are available for Windows 10.
Microsoft has released a new Office Insider Preview build for the Mobile applications on Windows 10. The update contains a number of new features for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote.
Microsoft today introduced a new build of Office Mobile for Windows 10 devices that are on the Insider Program. Version 17.7466 brings new features for Word, PowerPoint, and OneNote.
Microsoft today released a new Insider build for Office Mobile users on Windows 10. Version 17.7369 contains a number of new features, but you'll need to be a Windows Insider to get them.
Microsoft has released the latest preview versions of its Office Mobile apps, bringing early access to new features for those enrolled in the Windows Insider Program with Office 365 subscriptions.
There are new arrivals in the Windows Store, and Microsoft's strategy for getting more people interested in the Universal Windows Platform involves bringing PC and console gaming together.
The latest Office Insider preview, build 17.7070, introduces a range of new features, including improved formatting options, the ability to write, draw and highlight with your fingers, and more.
The Xbox Store and Windows Store are on the way to convergence, HERE ditches Windows users, Twitter changes looks on mobile, and we rounded up several new and updated apps and games.
Microsoft has been giving away Office 365 with small and affordable Windows 8.1 devices for ages, but things are different now with Windows 10 and Office Mobile. Find out more about what's changing.
While Microsoft is busy preparing Office Touch and Office 2016 on its own platforms, here's a Material Design concept for the Android version of Office by an UI/UX designer from the company itself.
Microsoft has announced that it is dropping the requirement of an Office 365 subscription for its Office apps on iOS and, soon, on Android, effectively making Office free across all mobile devices.
With its latest OS release, Windows Phone 8.1 Update, Microsoft has updated Office to now include support to allow you to open password-protected Office files on your device - but there's a catch.