Microsoft Word Review
Word is the most popular document processor today. Its mobile version lets you create and edit documents, apply styles, embed media, share files and collaborate as well as the desktop one. Word Mobile is available for iOS and Android.
User Interface & Navigation
The interface of Word Mobile is similar to that of an earlier version of the desktop application. The logic is the same: there is a WYSIWYG editor with various formatting options on the menu. The most necessary of them, like text formatting, styles, insert options, and so on, are available from the main screen. Others are grouped and available through menus.
The app is highly integrated both with other Microsoft 365 apps and with cloud services. You can save your documents locally or on OneDrive, access them via Outlook, share them via SharePoint, attach in Skype, and so on.
To make creating new documents simpler, Word Mobile has lots of templates in various styles. Just select one as you’re creating your document. Styles apply automatically, as well as manual formatting. If you edit your document on one device, changes display on others.
Word lets you embed media or draw in the document, add comments and insert sheets, adjust fonts and format particular paragraphs, and so on. All the formatting remains across desktop and mobile versions now.
Convenience of Use
It’s easy to work with Word on 5” screen phones and tablets, as the interface remains the same. The hotkeys (if you attach a keyboard) are similar to desktop platforms: on iPad, it inherits Mac hotkeys, on Android tablets Word resembles that for Windows.
Word is available for iOS and Android and compatible with your Microsoft account. If you use Word on multiple devices with your Microsoft 365 account, it shares your progress across all your devices. It’s free for devices under 10”, but if even one of them has a larger screen, you will have to subscribe.
To download the app, you will get links to the Official Website and/or official digital markets.