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Android phone owners can now use an updated version of Microsoft's Office tools for writing, spreadsheets and slideshows.Microsoft released them for Android phones this week in another move to make some of its most popular software tools available to people who don't use Microsoft's Windows operating system.The company had released redesigned versions for Android tablets in January and for iPhones and iPads last year. There are still no comparable apps for phones and tablets running Microsoft's own Windows system, though that will change once Windows 10 gets released next month. As Android phones have had until now, Windows phones get only the bare-bones Office. The mobile apps are free, although Microsoft is offering more features to users with an Office 365 subscription, which starts at $70 a year.Microsoft says some phone-makers including Samsung, Sony and LG will ship Android phones with Office already installed. The Swarm app also let users compete for mayorships, but only among their friends.
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