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Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint & More

Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint & More

Microsoft Corporation

One app for documents, spreadsheets, presentations, PDFs, & more

4.4 Ratings 328K+ Reviews 100M+ Downloads
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One app for documents, spreadsheets, presentations, PDFs, & more
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  • Feb 27, 2021

    By Mr Bro
    Best App. I have been using various apps seperately for making pdf, editing pdf, creating excel sheet, making a document. But this app is an all in one pack, with a bunch of extra cool features. All the features are free to use. Using experience is very nice. Microsoft remains it's dignity through the android office app.
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  • Feb 26, 2021

    By Rachel Turner
    every time i try to open the app it closes automatically. it happens all the time, ive uninstalled and re-installed the app countless times. ive signed out and then back into it with my school login and it still has issues opening up for me to work in. super frustrating to keep encoutering this problem on a regular basis. on the rare occasion that the app actually works, it works great. just wish i could use it all the time.
    more
  • Not for me Feb 23, 2020

    By JOK3R B
    I like the idea of a all in one productivity app, however this just doesn’t work for me for a couple of reasons. Number one is the horrible built in Lens scanner. I had Lens before and quickly moved away from it once I discovered Evernote’s Scannable. I scan a lot of documents for work and work a lot with PDF’s so having a well performing scanner is essential for me and Lens simply doesn’t work well enough. I had hoped it had been upgraded for this app and would perform better but it’s the same as the stand alone version. The other PDF related problem is the lack of ability to mark up a PDF. Yes you can sign a document but I often need to add text, boxes or arrows to a PDF and those functions are not available here. The other major downfall is the lack of iPad support. I work a lot on my iPad and need the tools I use to be available there as well. I could see this maybe becoming a great all in one tool in the future with some tweaks but for now I’ll stick with Evernote, Scannable, Docs and Pages.
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  • Feb 23, 2021

    By Abhishank Paul
    The app is very good and easy to operate. It has in-built features of most MS Office softwares. I would be grateful if the custom animation feature of Powerpoint can be controlled in a better way i.e. by enabling timers or setting the animations occuring one after the another automatically as done in PC versions and atleast also a feature of adding a simple single line border in the MS Word docs. Overall, a very well balanced all-in-one app for performing various tasks.
    more
  • Almost there. No multiple instance mode yet. Feb 18, 2021

    By zaglul5
    I love using office apps on my ipad. I think they are well designed. And i love using office on my phone once it incorporated the other apps (word,excel, ppt). So naturally I was really excited when the ipad version of office was updated to include the actual apps. But there is one major flaw. It doesn’t support multiple instances yet. You cannot (at the moment) open office more than once. You can do side by side with a different app, but you cannot but office side by side with office. So if you want to use only office, you cannot look at a word document and an excel file. You can’t have 2 word documents side by side. You will need to use something else to accomplish this. Thankfully, the individual office apps (word, excel, ppt) don’t have this problem. I can open as many word apps as my ipad can handle. So I will keep using those for now, and I am sure a future update will incorporate this functionality into office.
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  • Useful (when it works), but slow and very limited Jun 14, 2020

    By MaxAgHammer
    I don’t know if this app by itself is better than having the three separate Office apps installed, but it takes up considerably less space. I use this almost exclusively for Excel documents, and this app is an adequate editor for very simple things like adding new data entries and viewing attachments received via mail or shared via cloud based file services. However, this app is EXTREMELY SLOW to work with and its interface feels claustrophobic and fiddly on an iPhone 8 screen. Maybe it’s better on an iPad Pro, with the larger display and more powerful CPU to run it? I don’t even try to do anything so complicated as enter formulas or format cells when I’m using this app… like I said, the UI is not great. A word of warning: if you rely on Dropbox to store Office documents that you frequently work with and update via this app, you will tear your hair out in frustration at the way Office turns into a complete basket case trying to deal with Dropbox storage. I don’t know whose fault that is, Microsoft or Dropbox, but it’s infuriating and will happen to you even when doing the simplest things to documents retrieved from Dropbox folders. It gets even worse if you’re using a VPN… be ready for lost work and mondo pain. At least everything works even slower over VPN connections, so you have that to look forward to.
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  • Why isn’t this universal at start? May 9, 2020

    By Dan62103
    I’ve had an iPad since day 1, gen 1. I have waited ever since for Microsoft and Apple to meld their strengths and have a good workflow for office on IOS and cloud files. After reading about this app’s release I was hopeful this was the one that would become the solution. And then after downloading realized...it’s prioritized for phones and does the lame compatibility version for iPad. I don’t work in the tech industry, but would bet money that an analysis would show people using office on mobile devices are largely on tablets and less on phones. Are that many people really making presentations and excel files on phone screens? This needed to be a universal app or prioritized for iPads first and then have a phone version. Feels like a no brainer and failure for now for me. Hoping iPad prioritization comes soon.
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  • Feb 23, 2021

    By Viswa
    The app becomes stuck in loading screen constantly. Some files refused to load, even though they opened previously without issue. The loading time seems to have no relation to the size or content of the file. Saving files also has similar issues.
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  • New Office app confusing in opened / created Word files Nov 20, 2020

    By Mark Verizon customer
    Since the installation of the new Office app, if I go to OneDrive on an iOS device and open a Word file or create a Word file, what interface shows up in the opened or created file isn’t Word app or a Word interface. Instead this “Office” app opens. It’s very confusing. The Office app interface is very basic, and even the font graphics are simplistic. Since I have discovered this quirk with the “Office” app, and since going to support didn’t give me an easy way to address the issue, I cannot rate this new Office app very high, only one star low. If I open just the Word app, it seems to work just fine. So today, to try and avoid the Office app doing this, since I already have Word, Excel, and PowerPoint apps installed and working well on iOS devices, I removed the Office app and dropped my rating to one star.
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  • Call it “Office Lens Plus”? Feb 20, 2020

    By Apps as I see them
    The Office app for iOS as of February 2020 seems to be lacking a lot of the power promised in the various videos from Microsoft floating around. It looks like this app was rushed out before it was finished. One video shows the ability to create a PowerPoint from an outline, but try finding the “Create Outline” button in this version. Office Lens already has some great capabilities - such as scanning a whiteboard or making a PDF - and this app does those too. And while it will get those images or scans over into a Word, Excel, or PowerPoint document, that’s hardly bringing them all into one place in any easy way. I hope Microsoft will continue to develop this into what they’ve promised. But at this point, there’s not enough in the app, and what is there isn’t quite integrated yet.
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  • Feb 27, 2021

    By Mr Bro
    Best App. I have been using various apps seperately for making pdf, editing pdf, creating excel sheet, making a document. But this app is an all in one pack, with a bunch of extra cool features. All the features are free to use. Using experience is very nice. Microsoft remains it's dignity through the android office app.
    more
  • Feb 23, 2021

    By Anil Kumar
    This is very nice app, but it has many issues. (1) All files (PDF, Word, Excel, PPT...) open very slow. (2) The PDF file of external storage (Memory card) is not shared without being saved in the internal storage (Phone Memory). (3) Added step (Save, Discard & Cancel) is worthless. Please improve all.
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  • Useful on iPhone, annoying in iPad Oct 17, 2020

    By jzriot
    So, I love O365 and I use it for work nearly every day. While I’m a fan of the office app on my phone and find it easy to find things I’m looking for (or have opened recently), i can’t help but feel rather annoyed at the “mobile version” of the app on the iPad. I find myself daily checking the App Store for updates and looking for an update for iPad. If this app had a meaningful iPad user interface (that is, using the ENTIRE SCREEN), then this app would get 5 stars for me. Let’s get that iPad update!
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  • Feb 21, 2021

    By Mohammed Sardar
    Wow cool app! I always use this This app is 100 times better than others I am using a PC with android emulator in it so i can run this Only 1 problem, When i change resolution, it will show "office isn't responding" But that dosent make me to erase a star. This is the best app i am using in my lifetime though model is android 7.1.2 and model as huawei nova 7i
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  • Feb 23, 2021

    By Asif Shaikh
    Microsoft office is one of the best office I have tried. The 360 provided features works like a charm and always gives the desktop office experience. It's not lite, but anyone who wants perfection in their office documents should go for this without hesitation. Good work Microsoft.
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  • Feb 23, 2021

    By Abhishank Paul
    The app is very good and easy to operate. It has in-built features of most MS Office softwares. I would be grateful if the custom animation feature of Powerpoint can be controlled in a better way i.e. by enabling timers or setting the animations occuring one after the another automatically as done in PC versions and atleast also a feature of adding a simple single line border in the MS Word docs. Overall, a very well balanced all-in-one app for performing various tasks.
    more
  • Feb 23, 2021

    By Pradeep Vishwakarma
    Most useful app forever. Very very useful. I don't have words to say still I can say that ' THANK YOU!'. BUT THERE IS NO ONLINE PICTURE OPTION AND 3D MODELS OPTION. IF I TAKE SCREENSHITS FROM GOOGLE AND PASTE IT IN THE PRESENTATION IT CAUSES STORAGE PROBLEM. PLEASE ADD IT.
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  • Not bad but needs better signature integration with outlook Feb 11, 2021

    By BinoWasHere
    I’m still not sure about the benefits of this app. I understand that Microsoft is trying to integrate the separate office applications in one app. Unfortunately this didn’t address my issue. I needed a way to allow users to sign pdf or other documents from within Outlook. This doesn’t do that. If you open an attachment in outlook, you have to save to your OneDrive first then open the app again from within OneDrive. Still a bit cumbersome. Unfortunately we are not allowed to use other third party add-in’s for signing pdf documents. Have to stick to the office only universe.
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  • Feb 27, 2021

    By Arpit pandey
    My project, activity done by this application but l gave only 4 stars because it takes lot of time to open any file,but this is a excellent app.
  • Feb 22, 2021

    By Andrew Faulkner
    Good but lacks basic features that the desktop version has. In the latest update you still cannot "Sort" columns in a table in Word.
  • Feb 26, 2021

    By Rachel Turner
    every time i try to open the app it closes automatically. it happens all the time, ive uninstalled and re-installed the app countless times. ive signed out and then back into it with my school login and it still has issues opening up for me to work in. super frustrating to keep encoutering this problem on a regular basis. on the rare occasion that the app actually works, it works great. just wish i could use it all the time.
    more
  • Not for me Feb 23, 2020

    By JOK3R B
    I like the idea of a all in one productivity app, however this just doesn’t work for me for a couple of reasons. Number one is the horrible built in Lens scanner. I had Lens before and quickly moved away from it once I discovered Evernote’s Scannable. I scan a lot of documents for work and work a lot with PDF’s so having a well performing scanner is essential for me and Lens simply doesn’t work well enough. I had hoped it had been upgraded for this app and would perform better but it’s the same as the stand alone version. The other PDF related problem is the lack of ability to mark up a PDF. Yes you can sign a document but I often need to add text, boxes or arrows to a PDF and those functions are not available here. The other major downfall is the lack of iPad support. I work a lot on my iPad and need the tools I use to be available there as well. I could see this maybe becoming a great all in one tool in the future with some tweaks but for now I’ll stick with Evernote, Scannable, Docs and Pages.
    more
  • Almost there. No multiple instance mode yet. Feb 18, 2021

    By zaglul5
    I love using office apps on my ipad. I think they are well designed. And i love using office on my phone once it incorporated the other apps (word,excel, ppt). So naturally I was really excited when the ipad version of office was updated to include the actual apps. But there is one major flaw. It doesn’t support multiple instances yet. You cannot (at the moment) open office more than once. You can do side by side with a different app, but you cannot but office side by side with office. So if you want to use only office, you cannot look at a word document and an excel file. You can’t have 2 word documents side by side. You will need to use something else to accomplish this. Thankfully, the individual office apps (word, excel, ppt) don’t have this problem. I can open as many word apps as my ipad can handle. So I will keep using those for now, and I am sure a future update will incorporate this functionality into office.
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  • Feb 20, 2021

    By J M
    would be at least 4 stars, but every time I have to open the toolbar (hundreds of times an edit) my soul dies a little. please fire whoever thought users don't need control over their interface and then fix it. And why do we need to go thru multiple menus to open word/excel/etc? MS has been making interfaces for decades, there is no excuse for this slop
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  • limited benefits... Jan 21, 2021

    By josey4628
    While this takes up less memory on my device, it doesn’t feel like it makes things easier or faster when using Office. If I have individual apps on my home screen, I can start the needed workflow faster than opening Office then looking for Word or Excel. Also a true iPad version is needed for me to get meaningful work done. I can zoom in on my iPad, but lots of screen space is wasted, and again, there is no advantage than using the individual iPad versions of MS Office.
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  • Useful (when it works), but slow and very limited Jun 14, 2020

    By MaxAgHammer
    I don’t know if this app by itself is better than having the three separate Office apps installed, but it takes up considerably less space. I use this almost exclusively for Excel documents, and this app is an adequate editor for very simple things like adding new data entries and viewing attachments received via mail or shared via cloud based file services. However, this app is EXTREMELY SLOW to work with and its interface feels claustrophobic and fiddly on an iPhone 8 screen. Maybe it’s better on an iPad Pro, with the larger display and more powerful CPU to run it? I don’t even try to do anything so complicated as enter formulas or format cells when I’m using this app… like I said, the UI is not great. A word of warning: if you rely on Dropbox to store Office documents that you frequently work with and update via this app, you will tear your hair out in frustration at the way Office turns into a complete basket case trying to deal with Dropbox storage. I don’t know whose fault that is, Microsoft or Dropbox, but it’s infuriating and will happen to you even when doing the simplest things to documents retrieved from Dropbox folders. It gets even worse if you’re using a VPN… be ready for lost work and mondo pain. At least everything works even slower over VPN connections, so you have that to look forward to.
    more
  • Why isn’t this universal at start? May 9, 2020

    By Dan62103
    I’ve had an iPad since day 1, gen 1. I have waited ever since for Microsoft and Apple to meld their strengths and have a good workflow for office on IOS and cloud files. After reading about this app’s release I was hopeful this was the one that would become the solution. And then after downloading realized...it’s prioritized for phones and does the lame compatibility version for iPad. I don’t work in the tech industry, but would bet money that an analysis would show people using office on mobile devices are largely on tablets and less on phones. Are that many people really making presentations and excel files on phone screens? This needed to be a universal app or prioritized for iPads first and then have a phone version. Feels like a no brainer and failure for now for me. Hoping iPad prioritization comes soon.
    more
  • Feb 23, 2021

    By Viswa
    The app becomes stuck in loading screen constantly. Some files refused to load, even though they opened previously without issue. The loading time seems to have no relation to the size or content of the file. Saving files also has similar issues.
    more
  • Call it “Office Lens Plus”? Feb 20, 2020

    By Apps as I see them
    The Office app for iOS as of February 2020 seems to be lacking a lot of the power promised in the various videos from Microsoft floating around. It looks like this app was rushed out before it was finished. One video shows the ability to create a PowerPoint from an outline, but try finding the “Create Outline” button in this version. Office Lens already has some great capabilities - such as scanning a whiteboard or making a PDF - and this app does those too. And while it will get those images or scans over into a Word, Excel, or PowerPoint document, that’s hardly bringing them all into one place in any easy way. I hope Microsoft will continue to develop this into what they’ve promised. But at this point, there’s not enough in the app, and what is there isn’t quite integrated yet.
    more
  • Was good, but an update made it worse. Apr 28, 2020

    By Sebas421
    There's a microphone icon when viewing a document in Mobile view that won't go away. It's so annoying. That and when coming back to a document, I no longer have the option to go where I left off. When working with smaller documents, it's not a problem. But when I have a 456 page document that I'm working on and I go back to the middle to edit and exit, I have to find my way back when before there used to be a little previous badge I could click on. Ease revert and give option to hide the microphone icon.
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  • New Office app confusing in opened / created Word files Nov 20, 2020

    By Mark Verizon customer
    Since the installation of the new Office app, if I go to OneDrive on an iOS device and open a Word file or create a Word file, what interface shows up in the opened or created file isn’t Word app or a Word interface. Instead this “Office” app opens. It’s very confusing. The Office app interface is very basic, and even the font graphics are simplistic. Since I have discovered this quirk with the “Office” app, and since going to support didn’t give me an easy way to address the issue, I cannot rate this new Office app very high, only one star low. If I open just the Word app, it seems to work just fine. So today, to try and avoid the Office app doing this, since I already have Word, Excel, and PowerPoint apps installed and working well on iOS devices, I removed the Office app and dropped my rating to one star.
    more
  • Feb 23, 2021

    By Brent cardinal
    The app crashes, and I was assured that it would be compatible with microsoft. It doesnt seem to correct itself or have any guidance to resolve this issue. i think it maybe I got swindled into buying a chromebook.
  • Feb 24, 2021

    By Ava Rose
    keeps closing. I have download it to use it for school work. I cant even open it, the second it opens it closes right away. I see this is a problem for many, anyone know of a solution? I have to use this for work and I cant use cloud work it doesnt submit.
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  • Feb 25, 2021

    By Joshua Podolak
    'Home' section only shows one or two arbitrary files based on 'this week' or 'last week'. Doesn't even show most of the files recently opened or saved.
  • Microsoft Office 365 Word Oct 7, 2020

    By aapdisney
    This started out as a great tool, but lately has been a huge headache due to the fact that after a short period of time typing there are constant delays in words appearing and punctuations, spaces and words are being added randomly. Nothing has helped to correct the issue. We have tried deleting and reuploading it and that hasn’t helped, we checked our internet and that isn’t the issue, we have even tried other devices with the same thing and it happens there too. It’s very frustrating especially when it is the main tool for my schoolwork.
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