Office For iPad Officially Announced, Should Be Available Today

video that goes over the features of the apps: The new productivity suite now comes to the iPad with a completely touch optimized interface that seems really enhanced for editing everything from documents to spreadsheets and presentations. The free apps can be used to open and view files, though an Office 365 subscription is required for the full editing and creation experience — the good thing is that this looks to be an app designed from the grounds up, instead of a simple port of the Windows version. And more importantly, Office for iPad offers local storage support that allows users to save and manage documents right on their tablet, though OneDrive can also be used to save their documents. Microsoft also recently launched a new Personal plan for Office 365 for $6.99 per month or $69.99 per year that provides access for one PC or Mac and one tablet at the same time. You can download Word, Excel and PowerPoint for iPad here.]]>

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