Microsoft Designing ‘touch First’ Version Of Office For IPads
Although Microsoft has had its share of problems breaking into the mobile market, the company’s Office software is still the world’s most-used productivity software and is still a huge source of revenue. Per The Verge, outgoing Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer told the Gartner?Symposium/ITxpo on Tuesday that his company was in the midst of developing a “touch-first” version of Office that would release on the iPad shortly after releasing on Windows 8.1. Ballmer gave no information on when the touch-centric version of Office would be available and would only say that it’s a work “in progress.” Microsoft released a mobile version of Office for the iPhone and Android smartphones this year so it was only a matter of time before the
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