Microsoft’s Productivity Push Into Android

David Steele

David has been using smartphones since the start of the industry but found his home with Android back in 2011 using an early Dell Stream device. Today, he uses the OnePlus 5 and Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet as primary devices, but you'll also see him with his coffee cup and Chromebook.

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2 Responses

  1. Stacey White says:

    but how and when this happened. android and MS office (windows) are two different and opposite world. this is a shocker. pinch me.

  2. Marcus Velasquez says:

    Indeed, Microsoft Productivity helps you become more active in all your work and get the things done on the right time and on deadline.