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More Evidence of Office Mobile For iOS Appears

By - Source: MacRumours | B 4 comments

Office Mobile for iPhone, Excel for iPad and PowerPoint for iPad outed.

Despite Microsoft's continued debunking of speculation surrounding Office Mobile launching on iOS, further evidence has suggested that the Office productivity suite for iOS devices is on the way.

French site Mac4Ever discovered references to Office products on Apple's mobile devices within Microsoft's support pages, with the references tagged to support articles.

The products listed on a number of pages are Office Mobile for iPhone, Excel for iPad and PowerPoint for iPad. The products are listed with other support tags within Microsoft's portals in France and the U.S.

Microsoft has understandably denied its plans to launch the aforementioned apps -- it's perhaps fearful of a negative impact on the sales of Windows Phone 8 and Windows RT devices.

The most recent speculation regarding Office Mobile for iOS has suggested a March or 'early 2013' launch.

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    mi1ez , December 12, 2012 10:49 AM
    All I want is Outlook!
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    digiex , December 12, 2012 11:14 AM
    Libre Office should make office for mobile quickly before M$.

    It is better to have an offline office version than a cloud based one.
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    halcyon , December 12, 2012 6:27 PM
    I'm sure folks just can't wait to use genuine MS Office Mobile on their iPads and iPhones.
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    robochump , December 12, 2012 9:11 PM
    I get email from exchange to my iPhone/iPad just fine through ActiveSync. Though having MS Office apps would be nice since it is currently the most widely used office software. I am sure MS will continue to offer the best Office Mobile features for its own mobile devices and only offer basic Office features to all none MS devices.
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