quote: Microsoft is not unique in what they are doing here.
quote: With Apple's 30% fee model, this is the only way Microsoft would ever allow Office on iOS. They aren't going to give Apple 1/3 of their most profitable business.
quote: If compatibility with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint is as seamless as Apple claims, the feature-set is sufficient for general home use, and it ends up being offered free like other iCloud features thereby making iWorks viable for many Windows users, it would certainly be a concern for Microsoft.
quote: Isn't it funny how when MS changes their previous business plan its a bad thing, yet when Apple changes their previous business plan its a good thing?Funnier still how you seem to think there is anyone at this site that doesnt know you are full of hooey.
quote: It's a good move for MS but they need to move faster and further.
quote: Also, if you were hoping to work on Office documents using the larger screen on your iPad, tough luck. The app has been restricted to iPhone users only. So iPad and Android users -- you're stuck with Microsoft's Office Web Apps services through a Web browser.