Microsoft Office Apps Come to All Chromebooks

Microsoft Office Apps Come to All Chromebooks

Microsoft Office Apps Come to All Chromebooks

Most of the Microsoft apps are quite popular in the Google Play Store and as the Redmond giant is improving the Office suite with monthly updates, the new Office suite would be a hit among the Chromebook users.

A key piece of software that has been missing from Chromebooks is now available to everyone - Microsoft Office.

Last year, Google released the capability to install Android apps in select Chromebooks. Chrome Unboxed checked the Samsung Chromebook Pro, the Acer Chromebook 15 (two different models), the Acer C771 and the Pixelbook - all of them now show Microsoft's Office suite in the Play Store.

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While the support for Microsoft Office on Chrome OS comes as good news for many Google Chromebook users, there's one little problem. Last year, Google announced that the Google Play Store and Android apps were coming to Chromebooks, making these devices a really interesting alternative to Windows laptops.

Microsoft has been developing an Android Chromebook version of its do-everything Office suite of programs for about a year now. On the other hand, the Office productivity suite was not available on Chrome OS, which was a deal-breaker for users who were dependent on it. According to Microsoft's rules, devices bigger than 10.1 inches - running on Windows, iOS, and Android - will need an Office 365 subscription to enjoy the ability to edit, print, or create documents, notes The Verge.

Microsoft provided no formal announcement on the matter but support does seem universal (or at the very least, much more universal) than it did before. Anything larger than 10.1-inches and the subscription fee kicks in. Along with the manufacturers, Chromebook users would also be happy with the apps even if they were satisfied with G Suite.

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