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Welcome Microsoft Office (for Web) to the iPad and Android via OneDrive!

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Microsoft SkyDrive delivered more than a name change to OneDrive today. It also added the ability for iPad and Android users to edit Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents using their web browsers. Selecting a file using the SkyDrive (for iOS or Android) app launches the web browser. From there, it is the same as using any of the Office for Web components on a desktop browser – It did seem a bit slower on Safari on my iPad mini than when using a web browser on my Windows notebook PC.

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MobileViews Podcast 75: Office alternatives for Android & iOS

In this podcast Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall discuss the conflicting reports of whether Microsoft Office will be ported to Apple’s iOS (Office is NOT coming. Office is coming). They also discuss office suite alternatives for iOS and Android including: QuickOffice for iOS & Android, iWorks for iOS, Polaris Office, Smart Office 2, and Documents to Go.

Todd’s Anti-app pick of the week (something that used to be good but is now broken) is Google’s Waze. His Most Improved App of the week is Blastr for Android which finally actually works on that platform.

Jon’s app pick of the week is TapForms. This is a multi-platform database that syncs using iCloud.

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MobileViews Podcast 74: Microsoft’s new CEO + app picks

Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall discuss:

Microsoft’s new CEO: Satya Nadella

App Picks
Malwarebytes Anti-Malware for Android (free)

PopAGraph for iOS (free)

Apple Keynote for iOS – Jon’s cool two device presentation scenario

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MobileViews Podcast 73: Bye bye Nexus?

In MobileViews Podcast 73, Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall talk about:

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MobileViews Podcast 71: Net neutrality, online college courses, Windows XP on 95% of ATMs

In MobileViews Podcast 71 Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall discuss (and debate):
– Net Neutrality
– Online college courses
– Note the finding that Windows XP is on 95% of ATMs (Automatic Teller Machines).

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MobileViews Podcast 70: CES 2014, Microsoft’s future, more security problems

Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall discuss a number of topics in MobileViews Podcast 70:

1. What products announced at CES 2014 caught our attention?
2. Is controlling the physical world (locks, thermostats, appliances, etc.) from a smartphone a good idea?
3. Cyber security: This time Nieman Marcus’ credit card data was stolen
4. Does it matter that Microsoft did not have a booth at CES 2014? This was set off by The Verge’s click-bait headline: Closing Windows: Microsoft and its platforms are nowhere to be found at CES
5. Windows 9 “Threshold” to arrive in April 2015. And, how much of a disaster is Windows 8 for Microsoft? (ref: Supersite for Windows: “Threshold” to be Called Windows 9, Ship in April 2015)

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