Microsoft's new Office app combines Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

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What if we tell you that the same Microsoft Office app is now available for Android and iOS Devices.

There's absolutely no guarantee that a person using the Word app will also use the PowerPoint app.

Users are also able to create a PowerPoint presentation by directly choosing photos from inside their phones.

"You can snap a picture of a document and turn it into an editable word file, for instance, or transform tables from a printed page into an Excel spreadsheet". Microsoft says you'll need the option to develop and signal PDFs easily out of your tinier smartphone displays, and sharing files has also been simplified and streamlined. Word, Excel & Powerpoint individually they have more than 1 billion downloads.

The company opened up a preview for iOS, but due to Testflight's (Apple's test platform) limitation of 10,000 users, slots were taken up quickly.

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Microsoft has launched a new mobile Office app that essentially combines Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Doing so brings all of your Office documents together in one place, reduces the need to switch between multiple apps, and significantly reduces the amount of space used on your phone compared to multiple installed apps. "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". The separate Outlook email app remains.

The new app is now in the beta stage, and for sure, it will have some bugs and issues.

Similar to features Google's baked into its office productivity apps over the years, Microsoft now lets you collaborate on documents with friends and colleagues through the app. You're able to sign in with more than one account if you wish.

You can also access your Sticky Notes to jot down quick reminders and snippets of information you don't want to forget.

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