But Microsoft Office is coming for the iPad and it seems that those who had faith just won a seat in the front row to the fight that is going to unfold between our eyes, as Microsoft will have to start competing against the giants and rulers of all portable devices, Apple and Google. Why is that? Well, Mr. Nadella didn’t just announced the birth of a new software, but a stunning shift in the company’s policy and future innovations and developments, which apparently will be revealed next week in another conference. This three – in – one blow given to the competition proves Microsoft is back on the track and Nadella won’t be stopped by anything to make the company’s investors happy and the Microsoft fans (and now Apple’s users) even happier.
Microsoft Office is coming for the iPad, but what does it bring new to the game?
The touch screen was a default setting, as opposed to using the mouse and the keyboard, but what we find to be a very smart move is the product manager Julia White challenging the iPad users:
the iPad has a reputation for helping you look cool. With Excel, it can make you look smart, too.
These are words of wisdom and her words didn’t remain without echo: iPad and Microsoft users alike Tweeted their appreciation towards the product. But what is Nadella’s winning card in this game? He announced a policy shift that may change the tech world in an instant: Microsoft will spread its products, services and software
and Julia White proved that everything works smoothly by transferring the demo from an an Apple iPad to a tablet manufactured by Samsung and then to an over – sized Perceptive Pixel monitor screen to a Windows PC. Are you an iPad user? Great, because the app can be downloaded from the Apple’s iTunes Store for free starting today. And don’t hold your breath: Microsoft Office is coming for the iPad and even more surprised are coming, as Nadella is planning to reshape Microsoft into a worthy opponent and market share leader in the field of portable devices and cloud – services, proving once again that Microsoft was truly inspired when they hired him. And there’s no stopping for him now.