I heard it's incredibly basic, and you have to subscribe to their 365 program in order to access any editing capabilities; it won't be like the ARM-based Word that comes with their Surface tablet.
You're probably better off with 3rd party apps like this. Think about it--if they made full MS Office available on mobile platforms, there'd be even less incentive for consumers to buy Windows mobile devices. They're clinging on to the only monopoly they have lol
??? So not recommending the Kingsoft Office app??? I looked at it and I'm only finding a Japanese version???
No, I definitely recommend Kingsoft if it's available to iOS. I just got OfficeSuite Pro and QuickOffice Pro mixed up--I haven't tried the latter. QuickOffice seems to have a lot more features, like PDF editing/annotations.
I have Pages, Quickoffice Pro HD, and DocsToGo and I usually use the Quickoffice Pro HD. Pages is quite good as well. They have pros/con for each app, but since i use dropbox with a coworker, it's more convenient for me.
Also on sale for Android as others have mentioned.
Google collects tax only if the company is located in your state. For example, I have not been charged tax on most apps I have purchased. Apps from Electronic Arts are an exception, however, as they have a presence in my state (apparently).
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