Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) Witnesses 80 Million Downloads of Office On Apple Inc. (AAPL)’s iPhone and iPad


It seems a win-win situation has come in for both Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) and Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL). The software company’s ‘office’ app has been downloaded by over 80 million people, who were using either iPhone or iPad, throughout the world.

The news comes on the heels of fresh experiences witnessed about Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT)’s Windows 10 operating software. It included how Office universal apps for Windows ten would perform new touch circumstances for the minutest gadgets to the Surface Hub.

Earlier, the company unveiled Office app for iPhone, as well as, iPad. This apart, the company also launched Preview of Office for tablets with Android Operating Software. The move was set to make Office app as the power of Office to everyone, everywhere and on every device.


The software company disclosed that the office apps remained one among the top ten best productivity apps category. The company added that it enjoyed a rating of 4+. Following the release of Office app for Android OS tablet preview, these apps have got a terrific response.

Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) said that the preview itself generated over 250 thousand downloads of Excel, Word, and PowerPoint in thirty-three languages in over 110 nations. The company believes that the feedback helps to refine and enhance the product value. Therefore, the software developer thinks that the feedback was critical to ensure a high standard, as well as, consistent experience of its Office app in the wider ecosystem of Android.

Removing Preview

The company also indicated that it was removing the label ‘preview’ from its Office apps for Android OS. The software firm said that their efforts were in line with their latest slogan of ‘mobile-first, cloud-first’ by reinventing productivity. As a result, the company would be making two key disclosures.

Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) indicated that Word, Excel, and PowerPoint for Android tablet would be available from the Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) Play store as a free to download tools. The company indicated that the apps integrate with the OneNote for Android, which was rated highly.