Skip to content
ONEAndroid.net 🌐 Guides for learning to surf the Android

Microsoft Office now officially supports Android Lollipop tablets and x86 chips

At the beginning of this year, we informed you that the office automation software from Microsoft Office, which includes Word, Excel and PowerPoint, was already available for Android. However, it was not compatible with all devices, as two of the requirements to use it were have Android 4.4.x KitKat – they can be installed on Lollipop, but errors can occur when using them -, and a necessarily based on ARM.

The news now is that both requirements have gone down in history, and now we can use the applications also in with Android 5.0 Lollipop and higher, and those with processors with x86 architecture, that is, those that mount from Intel. Of course, they are still versions , although they should not present problems.

In order to enjoy them, it will first be necessary join the Google+ community, by submitting a request, and once they accept us and become , we will have free access to download the new versions of the three , of which we leave you the download links below:

Google play | Microsoft Office Word (Preview) (Free)
Google play | Microsoft Office Excel (test) (Free)
Google play | Microsoft Office PowerPoint (test) (Free)

For those who have with ARM and an Android version lower than Lollipop, we remind you that You can also download and use them for free:

Google play | Microsoft Office Word (Free)
Google play | Microsoft Office Excel (Free)
Google play | Microsoft Office PowerPoint (Free)