Microsoft has really been paying attention to Microsoft Office users when it concerns their suite of iPad apps. The business has been including user asked for functions, such as printing support, considering that the apps initially arrived at the Apple App Establishment back in March. Now Microsoft has announced that users can buy a monthly Office 365 subscriptions rather of needing to spend for it annual.
An Workplace 365 subscription is required to access all the functions of Word, Excel and PowerPoint on the iPad. An Office 365 Personal is $6.99 a month and a Workplace 365 House account is now $9.99 a month. An Individual account allows for one PC or Mac, and one tablet to be connected to the service, and a House account allows for as much as 5 computers and tablets to be connected.
Users can now buy a monthly Personal or House subscription as an in-app purchase. Users who already bought Workplace 365 House for one year are stuck to their existing subscription, however month-to-month subscribers can update to a yearly subscription at any time.
All three Microsoft apps are offered on the Apple App Shop for free. PowerPoint, Word and Excel support all iPad designs running iOS 7.0 or later.