Microsoft’s all-in-one Office application has been available on the iPad for about a year since it was released outside of the mobile device preview. For starters, the app combines the company’s sacred trinity of productivity tools (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) for people who want to work on the go.
Although some Android tablets can always use the new Office, the lack of a fully optimized iPad application is an obvious omission.
The release of the iPadOS version discovered by The Verge finally corrected the problem, which means that users no longer need to resort to window mode or individual Office applications-although Microsoft has been embellishing the latter with useful updates.
For those who want to turn the iPad into a laptop alternative, it has all the new productivity tools provided by the merged Office suite, which is especially valuable, including an “action” pane for document editing, which can be quickly created And the function of signing PDF and changing pictures into documents.