Microsoft has announced that it will release a set of Office applications by the end of April which it says is “Universal” for smartphones running Windows 10. Also Read - Microsoft could soon roll out FPS Boost support for Xbox 360-era and older games
According to TechCrunch, Microsoft has a two-prong productivity strategy in place for Windows, Office 2016 for desktop use, and, for all other Windows 10 experiences, its touch-focused Office Universal apps. Also Read - Microsoft Surface Pro 7+ launched in India alongside Surface Hub 2S 85-inch
The latter apps will function across tablets and smartphones, dynamically changing their design to allow users to better use them based on their current screen size. Also Read - Microsoft Word to add text prediction feature starting next month
The universal tag is believed to be more useful in the context of mobile phones.