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Microsoft's Office applications are updated on iOS, now they are much faster and easier to use

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But there are not many new features.

But there are not many new features.

As promised, the Microsoft mobile applications in their Office suite have been overhauled.

This means that Excel, PowerPoint, and Word on iPadOS and iOS have now been updated, which means that the programs are faster and easier than ever before.

Not many new features
In use, you will also notice a more consistent design across the various applications so that you get a better experience while on the move and away from your PC.

It is also quite clear that Microsoft has prioritized design and flow over the introduction of new features. Another feature you should note, however, is XLOOKUP to Excel that can help you find specific cells in a new way.

You can find the Microsoft Office applications for free on the App Store.

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