Microsoft recently announced that they are expanding their availability on the android platforms. They released a testing version in November 14 to a few users. The testing version included word, excel and PowerPoint. The version they are releasing now is available to users having Android Kitkat 4.4 and Lollipop 5.0 and also having a tablet with a screen larger the 7 inches.
An essential, buyer centered rendition Office for Android tablets will be accessible for nothing; an adaptation with more business-centered peculiarities will require an Office 365 membership – much the same as Office for iPad does. Clients will have the capacity to view, make and alter content in the Office for Android tablet applications without a membership, however not get to more progressive altering/creation gimmicks or exploits boundless one drive stockpiling without one. The Office for Android tablet suite will incorporate Word, Excel and PowerPoint. OneNote for Android tablets is as of now accessible for download for free from the Google Play store.
Microsoft is tweaking the office on mobile so that it fits the Android market. They are breaking up the office into apps of word, Excel and PowerPoint. Just as they did for Apple play store users where they find different apps for different functions.