Microsoft has updated the Android version of their Office suite productivity apps with some new interesting features and functionality. The apps which make up the Office suite – Word, Excel, and Powerpoint are getting a new feature called “Tell Me”, which allows users to improve the in-app search by looking for items with a few simple taps. Tell Me allows users to search for features, commands, and action without needing to go through the process of opening various panes and lists.
Microsoft Powerpoint only got the “Tell Me” feature while Microsoft Word can now merge and split cells and Microsoft Excel got the ability to autocomplete text efficiently.
KEY FEATURES of Microsoft Office Suite On Android
• View, create and edit complex office documents using a familiar desktop-style interface
• Full compatibility with Microsoft formats including DOC, DOCX, DOCM, XLS, XLSX, XLSM, PPT, PPTX, PPS, PPSX, PPTM, PPSM
• Support for PDF files including PDF camera scanning, Export to PDF and Fillable forms
• Additional support for common formats like RTF, TXT, LOG, CSV, EML, ZIP; (Open Office – ODT, ODS, and ODP – support available as in-app purchase)
• Text-to-Speech support for documents and PDFs
• Integrated with File Commander for advanced synchronization and quick and easy access to both local and remote files
• OfficeSuite Drive – you can now store up to 15.0 GB of documents in the cloud
• Sharing via cloud services like OfficeSuite Drive, Box, DropBox, Google Drive, OneDrive, Amazon Cloud Drive and SugarSync, as well as over email and Bluetooth
• PDF security and editing features including digital signatures support, permissions management, text to PDF, and annotations
• View documents the way they’re meant to be seen with the Microsoft Compatibility Font Pack (available as an add-on).
• Available in 68 languages
If you use Microsoft Office Suite On Android, you can get the update from Google Play store