Android Police

Articles Tagged:

Microsoft Office

5

Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides now supports embedding Office files in other Office documents

Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides now supports embedding Office files in other Office documents

Just because you've made the switch to using Google's productivity apps doesn't mean everyone else has. If your school insists on using Office instead, it can be tough to keep all of your files managed in Drive, even with its built-in support for Microsoft's suite. A new update to Docs, Sheets, and Slides makes it much easier to link and view all of your existing documents.

Read More
27

Review: The 2021 Amazon Fire HD 10 is a media tablet masquerading as a productivity machine

Review: The 2021 Amazon Fire HD 10 is a media tablet masquerading as a productivity machine

Amazon's Fire Tablets aren't a dime a dozen but they're pretty close. However, after 11 generations with little change between each of them, the corporate behemoth may be itching to grow its customer base. Case in point, the new Fire HD 10 stars in an optional bundle featuring a keyboard cover and a Microsoft 365 subscription. So, can you use a Fire tablet — the most commoditized of its type and greatly popular for casual use — for work?

Read More
71

Microsoft is ending support for Android Office apps on Chromebooks

Microsoft is ending support for Android Office apps on Chromebooks

Do you use Chrome OS's Android app powers to run Microsoft Office apps on your Chromebook? Well Microsoft would like you to stop, please. And starting in September, the company will do more than ask. Office apps originally intended for Android will no longer be supported on Chrome OS beginning next month, according to a Microsoft spokesperson.

Read More
2

Let Google finish your sentences when commenting on Slides and Sheets

Let Google finish your sentences when commenting on Slides and Sheets

Smart Compose is pretty wild. The feature routinely manages to accurately predict words when writing in Docs or Gmail, and now, the predictive algorithm is making its way into your comments on Sheets, Slides, and Drawings.

Read More
14

Microsoft Office for Android joins the dark side

Microsoft Office for Android joins the dark side

If you haven't checked it out already, Microsoft has a new all-in-one Office app for Android (and iOS) that kicks the need of having separate apps to handle several file types. After months of user requests, Microsoft is finally rolling out an eye-soothing dark mode for Android.

Read More
9

More Microsoft Office Android apps getting access to dark mode

More Microsoft Office Android apps getting access to dark mode

Microsoft has been all about cross-platform compliance as of late, and nowhere is that more crucial than in the Office suite. According to a new leak, some of the Office apps available on the Play Store will soon respect Android's system-wide dark mode setting, and adjust their interfaces accordingly.

Read More
2

Google makes editing more accessible for Office files stored in Drive

Google makes editing more accessible for Office files stored in Drive

Google might prefer you to use Docs, Sheets, and Slides, but it also knows that a lot of people are dedicated users of Microsoft Office tools. Enhanced native editing for Office files starting rolling out to Google's Android apps last month, and now the company is making it easier to enter the Office editing mode from Google Drive on the web.

Read More
9

Editing Microsoft Office files in Google's G Suite Android apps is about to get a lot better

Editing Microsoft Office files in Google's G Suite Android apps is about to get a lot better

As promised just last month, Google is finally bringing editing for Microsoft Office files to Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides on Android. That means you'll be able to natively edit, comment, and do work in documents saved in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint formats easily using those apps. The feature begins rolling out today.

Read More
InBrief
2
Microsoft Office file editing coming soon to Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides apps

Microsoft Office file editing coming soon to Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides apps

0

Microsoft brings PowerPoint Presenter Coach to Android

Microsoft brings PowerPoint Presenter Coach to Android

Last fall, Microsoft introduced PowerPoint Presenter Coach, an AI-based feature integrated into PowerPoint with the goal of improving the presentation skills of Office users. When activated, it provides on-screen guidance based on your how you're speaking, from reading off slides too much, to using an excessive amount of umm ... filler words. After existing as an exclusive feature in PowerPoint for the web, Microsoft is finally bringing it to the Android platform.

Read More
Mastodon