Wednesday, October 09, 2013

Office for iPad to debut after touch-friendly Windows version | The Verge

In other Microsoft cross-platform news, see Microsoft's new iOS and Android apps bring the Windows desktop to phones and tablets (CITE World)
"Ballmer's confirmation follows a similar topic of discussion by Microsoft's chief operating officer during the recent company meeting. Insiders have revealed to The Verge that Turner expressed the "need to own the productivity experience across all devices." Microsoft's head of applications and services, Qi Lu, also commented on touch versions of Office at an analyst meeting recently. Lu said the company is "working on touch-first versions for our core apps in the Office suite," and that Microsoft will "bring these apps to Windows devices, and also to other devices in ways that meet out customers' needs.""
Office for iPad to debut after touch-friendly Windows version | The Verge
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