Technology Wire TK

MICROSOFT OFFICE APPS FOR ANDROID WILL BE OFFICIALLY SUPPORTED ON CHROME OS



MICROSOFT OFFICE APPS FOR ANDROID


Microsoft Office Apps for Android Will Be Officially Supported on Chrome OS 


Microsoft has proclaimed each Chromebook will access Microsoft Office applications for Android. According to report in 9to5 Mac, some Asus Chromebook Flip clients confronted issues while utilizing Microsoft's applications with PowerPoint, Word, and Excel. They were gotten with a message saying the application was 'unsupported on this gadget'. This has coordinated to some reasoning Microsoft has blocked access for select Chromebook gadgets. Be that as it may, the organization has clarified the glitch could be on the grounds that the Play Store for Office suite for Android is still in beta stage. In an answer to 9to5 Mac, the organization said it is attempting to enhance the experience.

"Our procedure has not changed. Office for Android is bolstered on Chrome OS gadgets through the Google Play Store. While Google Play on Chrome OS is in beta, we are banding together with Google to convey the best understanding for Chromebook clients and plan to make the applications accessible on every single good gadget by general accessibility," Microsoft told the site.

The report discusses impediments that Microsoft has put on Office for Android. According to the organization, Chromebook clients with a show bigger than 10.1-inches will be utilizing a restricted form of the suite. Additionally, clients will require a membership to Office 365 to print, make or alter records. While Asus Flip clients can appreciate free access to Office suite on the gadget, they'll require a membership to soon another gadget.

"Office for Android is upheld on Chrome OS gadgets by means of the Google Play Store. While Google Play on Chrome OS is in beta, we are joining forces with Google to convey the best involvement for Chromebook clients and plan to make the applications accessible on every single good gadget by general accessibility," Microsoft told 9to5Google, suggesting these are simply getting teeth issues.

Post a Comment

[blogger]

Contact Form

Name

Email *

Message *

Powered by Blogger.
Javascript DisablePlease Enable Javascript To See All Widget