At Microsoft media event in the San Francisco, the new CEO of Microsoft Satya Nadella declared the Microsoft Office for iPad, just after many years of speculation of its release. The Office suite for iPad actually includes Word, Excel and the Powerpoint, and already go live on Apple Store on 11 am last night. So any one can download Microsoft Office suite for iPad now from links given below.
The Office suite for iPad will likely be based on the premium pricing plan, where the Office apps cost nothing for just viewing the documents, but to edit these documents, you will need the Microsoft Office 365 subscription, that amounted to $6.99 per month or $69.99 per year for private use, and $9.99 per month, or $99.99 per year for a “Home Premium” version, which you possibly can use on around 5 PCs or Macs and even 5 tablets. For all those who have not yet subscribed, there is a free 30 days trial also.
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To sync your documents across multiple devices, you’ll need a Microsoft OneDrive account. Office for iPad will also support real-time, Google Docs like collaboration, where edits made by other users are reflected immediately on your device.
Download Microsoft Office Suite For iPad Now
This new Office package for iPad bring a design language of the iOS on the whole, but provides the User interface we are already comfortable to on Windows desktop or tablet. This new apps have been designed from the ground-up for the iPad users, and they are not simple plug-ins of the Office Windows version of these apps.
Microsoft Office apps for iPad has arrived on App Store. Down below are the links: