“In the Office app, which combines three of the most used products from Word, Excel and PowerPoint, with additional features to do this”
A few months after the launch of a new unified Office mobile app for Android and Microsoft, Microsoft followed suit for iOS and will be launched on the App Store. The new Office application that brings together the three main services used by the Microsoft Office suite of products (Word, Excel and PowerPoint files and combines them into a single interface, with many extra features available. With the launch of the new application Office for iOS mobile, users will no longer need to download three different apps and use them for specific purposes. Instead, it’s the Office app, it will be good enough for all the reasons common to the overall purpose of the apps from Microsoft as well.
The interesting thing is that, even if the iOS version of the application takes up to two days, after the launch of Android and Apple users, one of the Office applications, you get the “Dark Mode” of the application, and this is not yet available on the Android platform. The application was officially announced in November, which is a limited sample, the same was offered to internal beta users. The Office app is part of a renovation project for Microsoft, which also includes using AI tools to work smarter.
In addition to the standard use of Word, Excel and PowerPoint and the Office application services, users have access to the templates for each service, just as they did in an independent application. The application also allows quick notes, which in turn can be synchronized with Windows 10 sticky notes and they will appear on the desktop. The Office application also has an AI mechanism that allows the user to scan the images to convert them directly into text files or spreadsheets and allows users to read the pages in PDF, or a sign that the application is in the application.
Unified Office provides users with the ability to transfer files directly from the application to the PC. While these are the features that are already part of the app, Microsoft has announced a number of new features for the app that will be available later this year. This includes dictation, typing and voice based on punctuation marks and layout, an easy to view “Maps” mode is the quick reading of data and the creation of slides, based on handwritten text, all seem to drip from the strong set of Microsoft 365 desktop applications.