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Office Mobile for Android arrives for Office 365 users

Office Mobile arrived for iOS users a few weeks back and as of today the app has arrived for those carrying an Android device. The app is available by way of the Google Play Store and is dubbed Office Mobile for Office 365. The app itself is free to download, however as the name would imply -- it is intended for Office 365 users. Specifically, for Office 365 users with an active subscription.

OneNote for Android adds new features, consistent cross-platform experience

Microsoft OneNote for Android has recently been updated. Microsoft is touting this as being a major update, one they are referring to as version 2, though the app store shows the true version as being 15.0.1827.2300. Putting that mouthful of a version number to the side and we find an update that brings a more consistent experience across devices.

Microsoft Office Web Apps gain Android support

Microsoft originally launched the Office Web Apps back in 2010. This launch had the web apps serving as companions to the full desktop Office experience, however improvements over the years have added mode features. Some of these improvements have dealt with collaboration and the ability to create documents and access Office content from a wide variety of devices.

Microsoft Office For Android screenshots and release info leak

Rumors of Microsoft office coming to mobile have been circulating for a quite a while, but we've never seen final confirmation of it and when it is coming to the market. According to The Verge and its sources, the app is scheduled to release in early 2013. This could prove to be some fantastic news for fans of Microsoft Office with Android (and other OS) smartphones.

Microsoft Office for Android reportedly coming in March [Update]

Microsoft is hard at work with their Windows 8 system at the moment, but that also includes Microsoft Office for all their devices. We've been hearing leaks and rumors regarding Microsoft's popular Office suite of apps also coming to Android for months now, but today their product manager confirmed we won't see it until early next year.

Microsoft OneNote makes its way to Android

Isn't it odd having to install third-party applications like DocsToGo to open Microsoft Word documents or Excel spreadsheets? Well, Microsoft has started porting over its entire suite of Office programs over to Android - one by one. First up, we've got Microsoft OneNote.