Microsoft Office

Microsoft Office

By Microsoft Corporation

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2013-06-14
  • Current Version: 2.65.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 362.65 MB
  • Developer: Microsoft Corporation
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 14.0 or later.
Score: 4.74518
From 325,958 Ratings


Microsoft Office brings you Word, Excel, and PowerPoint all in one app. Take advantage of a seamless experience with Microsoft tools on the go with the Office app, the simple solution for productivity. Scan PDF files, create spreadsheets, or draft up documents anytime and anywhere through your mobile device. Complete your workflows, no matter where you are. From Word documents, PowerPoint presentations or Excel files, the Office app provides you with one seamless experience. With intelligent cloud services and trusted security, the Office app will help maximize your productivity in both work and life. Word, Excel, & PowerPoint combined: • Store and access Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files using the cloud-based storage. • Documents can be created and collaborated on with others in real-time. • Presentations can be shared and edited. Practice your presentation with Presenter Coach. • Spreadsheets can be created using one of the many templates available in-app, or instantly edited. • Easily access and collaborate on files shared with you directly or via Outlook and Teams. Convert Pictures and Documents with Office Lens: • Snap a picture or upload a photo from your camera roll to create documents. • Transform a photo of a table into a usable spreadsheet to work with the data. • Enhance digital images of whiteboards and documents. PDF Scanning & Editing Capabilities: • Easily scan PDF files and convert them into Word documents and vice versa. • Quickly edit PDF files directly on your device. • PDF Reader allows you to access and sign PDFs. Unique to Office Mobile: • Catch up on meetings or open shared videos right where you left off. • Quickly jot down thoughts and ideas, and then save or share them via Sticky Notes. • QR Scanner enables your device to scan QR codes and open attached links. • Documents and spreadsheets can be transferred between your phone and computer. Download to your iPhone or iPad the Office app now. To create or edit documents, sign in with a free Microsoft account on devices with a screen size smaller than 10.1 inches. Logging in with a personal Microsoft account or a work or school account connected to a Microsoft 365 subscription will unlock premium features within the app. Achieve more while on the go with Microsoft Office. Subscription & Privacy Disclaimer Unlock the full Microsoft Office experience with a qualifying Microsoft 365 subscription for your phone, tablet, PC and Mac. Monthly Microsoft 365 subscriptions purchased from the app will be charged to your App Store account and will automatically renew within 24 hours prior to the end of the current subscription period unless auto-renewal is disabled beforehand. You can manage your subscriptions in your App Store account settings. This app is provided by either Microsoft or a third-party app publisher and is subject to a separate privacy statement and terms and conditions. Data provided through the use of this store and this app may be accessible to Microsoft or the third-party app publisher, as applicable, and transferred to, stored and processed in the United States or any other country where Microsoft or the app publisher and their affiliates or service providers maintain facilities. Please refer to the Microsoft Software License Terms for Microsoft Office. See “License Agreement” link under Information. By installing the app, you agree to these terms and conditions.



  • Excel

    By Tori tornados
    Cannot add rows to document
  • 3 Options..

    I have no stance
  • Reoccurring updates

    By 123abc57
    This app doesn’t seem to update my work schedule very well
  • Acceptable grateful thanksgiving

    By Cissadygammes
    Thanks for more of you support and accessibility assistance
  • Word appears to be improving

    By Linnie O'Neill
    The latest update of MS Word appears to be more relevant that the last few updates. I sure am happy about that!
  • Excel won’t run macros on iPad Pro

    By Colby and the Bear
    Major disappointment that Office 365 Excel does not have a version for iPad OS that allows macros.
  • Glad it exists; wish better; slow sync

    By Krazy Glue
    I am glad that Microsoft has an iPhone app that allows me to edit office documents, e.g. PowerPoint, on my phone. However, I wish it was better. I can only tolerate it for “emergency“ edits, or possibly small edits while I am waiting for something like a meal at a restaurant. It is not a pleasant experience. Apart from it’s great slowness, one of my biggest complaints is synchronization problems for documents stored on Microsoft one drive. I frequently have to wait 15 to 30 minutes before I can see a document edited on my phone on my PC, or vice versa. Worst, unfortunately often I get synchronization errors and just play lose stuff. Microsoft OneNote is perhaps the worst offender in this regard, but I have had it happen with PowerPoint. The PowerPoint app on the iPhone as a reasonable UI. The Microsoft Word app on the iPhone is probably the best UI. The Microsoft excel UI on the iPhone leaves much to be desired. So much screen space is wasted if you do things like grouping columns that there’s no room left to actually see your data. The Microsoft OneNote app on the iPhone has a fairly good user interface, limited but sufficient for much work. However, the aforementioned synchronization problems are a pain. I managed to use it on an almost daily basis, but mostly by dedicating different OneNote notebooks and sections to PC and iPhone, and later merging the two so that iPhone pages get merged into my main notebooks on my PC. This is an annoying extra step, or several extra steps, and often involves waiting hours until you’re sure thatThe synchronization has happened.
  • Not worth the money

    By NURSEric
    My number one complaint with Microsoft is that when you purchase computer it is useless until you purchase a productivity bundle like Office. That’s the main reason you buy a computer especially if you’re using it for school or college. In some cases you get an Office software license bundled with college fees. This is the only reason I’m using it is to avoid small formatting issues that sometimes occur while using other word processors that export Word .docx format. One frustrating thing about Office for IOS is that you’re paying for an Office bundle that is missing a lot of features compared to the PC version of Office. This is frustrating if you are using an iPad Pro, or iPad that has as much more processing power compared to a mid and upper range laptop. The help center is virtually useless and provides instructions related to outdated versions of the PC Office interface instead of IOS. It just uses a browser search. The application can fail to work if you have a spotty internet connection. Why waste space on a device if it acts as a cloud service? The concept of having a program on your device is so that it can be used when there is no internet or poor internet connection. Google Docs, Google Sheets, and Google slides can be installed as an application and used offline for free. They also generate files in Office format. If you plan on using an “Office” style bundle especially for Apple IOS, stick to Pages, Numbers, and Keynote. The advantages of these applications is that they are included on all Apple devices free of charge. They can open and view the common Office file formats. Apple also provides clear updated e-book manuals with Apple’s “Books” application free of charge. The Apple productivity bundle has more features for IOS as well. Microsoft does not provide any of these services when paying for a monthly license. If you need to read or edit an occasional Word document or Excel file just use Apple or Google productivity applications.
  • Install process for iPad is crap

    By Davidwp
    On my iPad, gen 8, In my M365 business account, which I administer, I download the install and when it is done I double click and it just goes to a preview screen. I’ve done this 4 times and now must wait for another service call. I didn’t want to devote my life to this process, but here I am.
  • Love it

    By itsmeshortstuff
    I use this on my iPad most of the time but it opens up fast and is easy to use.