Microsoft Office Became an All-in-One App
Whoa! It would be a piece of great news for office workers and editors. It can be very frustrating for you to constantly switch applications to get things done for different purposes on Android devices especially.
But Microsoft has launched a powerful app by putting Word, Excel, and Powerpoint in one so-called all-in-one app.
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The all-in-one app would be handy to manage all sorts of documents. Microsoft has publicly released its first unified office app for Android users. Now you don’t need to install different applications for different purposes. This all-in-one app proved a panacea for office workers and editors as well.
You can install the new app on your device right now from the Play Store.
Some incredible key features of the Unified App are:
- It requires less space compared to all apps (Word, Excel, Powerpoint).
- Transfer files between your phone and computer.
- Share files to or from nearby phones or devices.
- Image to text – Extract text from your pictures or documents.
- Image to the table- Extract a table from your picture or document into an Excel sheet.
- Scan QR Code – Scan links or text and save it to a Note app.
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