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Microsoft Office for iOS to be Released

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Why would Microsoft offer the world’s most popular office productivity suite to its largest competitor? Good question but even though it seemed very unlikely only a few months ago, Microsoft is still planning on releasing Office for iOS in the near future. The company’s product manager Petr Bobek recently announced the official March launch of MS Office for iOS and Android at a media event in the Czech Republic turning our dreams back into possibilities. Read the full story here.



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