Microsoft Office for iPad, iPhone, and Android is Now Free

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When Microsoft first released its Office apps for iPad, iPhone, and Android, you had to have an Office 365 subscription to get full functionality. A day afer announcing its big-deal partnership with Dropbox, Microsoft has announced that you can edit and store Office documents in the cloud, for free. Mostly.

An Office 365 subscription will be required to edit documents that are stored on OneDrive for Business or Dropbox for business …

Technically that means all of you. You’re technically not allowed to use the consumer versions of Microsoft Office to make money. Unfortunately, the Office 365 business plans are pretty unsuitable to solos and small-firm practices. Nobody at that size needs SharePoint, which is pretty much what OneDrive for Business amounts to. It is far too clunky for small businesses.

Do with that what you will.

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