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From free upgrades for (most) Windows users through to a new push into holographic computing, Microsoft unveiled a lot of Windows 10 and Office features today during a media briefing. We’ve rounded up all the key announcements — and looked into some of the key issues that weren’t discussed.
Android: Today, Microsoft announced that it is expanding its Office for Android beta. Now, you can install it on any 7-10″ ARM-based tablet running KitKat or higher. You don’t even need an invite anymore.
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iOS/Android: Having launched an iPad version of the Office suite back in March, Microsoft has now made Word, Excel and PowerPoint available for the iPhone. It has also announced a preview of Office for Android tablets. And best of all, all the apps are now free.