Microsoft Office Said to be Coming to iOS in November

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  1. Maura

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    Boy Genius Reports has an exclusive scoop today about the possibility of Microsoft Office being launched for iOS this coming November. BGR says that it has heard from a reliable source that Microsoft will be bringing its full Office suite to iOS by the end of the year. BGR says that its source has even seen Office running on an iPad, and confirms that it looks identical to the version of Office for iPad that was leaked to The Daily several months ago, and the existence of which was vigorously denied at the time by Microsoft. BGR says that it has also heard word that Microsoft Office will be coming to the iPhone and iPod touch as well as the iPad, as the app’s loading screen most definitely says “Office for iOSâ€. I know a lot of people were really disappointed when Microsoft denied that it was bringing Office to iOS, so it’s great to hear that we may be getting it after all. I bet The Daily feels vindicated too!

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    Great this is what we want but really to late until November
     
  3. rlapoint

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    Any guesses on the price of this app?
     
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    6 more months?
     
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    That's great news, eagerly waiting for it.
     
  6. Krysta

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    This is great news! After spending years working with Office, that was the one part about switching to Apple that I wasn't very happy with. I've thought about trying out Keynote and other similar "office" apps, but I have no idea where to begin!

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    I do agree Brett, I will be impatiently waiting myself :)

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  8. Krysta

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    I apologize...I meant HK!
     
  9. Gabriel1

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    If you are used to MS Office you may prefer something like Quickoffice as it is, IMHO, more MS like.

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  10. Krysta

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    Thanks I'll try it!

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