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Microsoft takes Outlook Web App native on iPhone, iPad

Gregg Keizer | July 17, 2013
Just as with Office Mobile— the truncated Excel, PowerPoint and Word — OWA requires an Office 365 subscription

Even so, Miller argued that the limitation is consistent with Microsoft's claim that it is now a "devices and services" company, not one which sells packaged software.

"Where they don't sell devices, they'll try to sell services," said Miller, referring to Office 365.

OWA for the iPhone and the iPad can be downloaded from the App Store.

Outlook Web App for the iPhone is a native iOS app that replicates the in-browser Web app by the same name, but integrates with the hardware to offer such features as gesture support. Office 365 account required, though.


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