Microsoft has released it’s version of Microsoft Office for Android phones (sorry tablet users) and is available for everyone using Office 365.
This means if you have to use Microsoft Office for the odd task, you can now view and edit your Office 365 documents on the go. The app acts as a small suite containing Word, Excel and PowerPoint as these are what most people consider to be “Microsoft Office.” So, if you’re a Microsoft Access or Publisher lover, this won’t be very useful.
It requires a subscription to Office 365 which means it ends up costing you a lot more than using Google Drive. This makes a slightly less attractive option, but at least Microsoft didn’t try to pull an awful UI on the app as it actually looks good for an Android app:
![Office 365 Spreadsheet](http://www.landofdroid.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Office365Spreadsheet-168×300.png)
Some other interesting features include saved reading positions of word documents (so you can pick up where you left off) and a lot more formatting functionality than Google Drive.
The app is available from Google Play here:
(If you’re a designer, don’t look at the bottom of the page at the mess of Microsoft’s app icons)