Reports started circulating over the summer that Microsoft was thinking about killing support for the Android Office apps on Chromebook. While news on that front was quiet for a while, it turns out Microsoft is indeed ending support for those apps. Microsoft Ending Chromebook Support for Office Apps About Chromebooks spoke with Microsoft regarding the Android Office applications , and it turns out the company is moving Chromebook users over to the web Office experiences. Starting next month, Chromebook support for Office Android apps will end. Unfortunately, this means that Office on the web will be the only way Chromebook users will take advantage of Office and everything it offers. Here's the statement from Microsoft's PR: "In an effort to provide the most optimized experience for Chrome OS/Chromebook customers, Microsoft apps (Office and Outlook) will be transitioned to web experiences (Office.com and Outlook.com) on September 18, 2021. This transition brings Chrome OS/Chromebook customers access to additional and premium features. Customers will need to sign in with their personal Microsoft Account or account associated with their Microsoft 365 subscription. More information is available here." As you might expect, Office on Android isn't going away for smartphones and tablets. Because Chromebooks have larger screens… Read full this story
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