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 launches Surface Laptop Studio, the most powerful Surface yet
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 Go 3 launched: Not much has changed, but it is 60 percent faster
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 Surface Duo 2 launched, gets major upgrades over the original Duo
The universal tag is believed to be more useful in the context of mobile phones.