Download Free Office Mobile Apps for Windows 10

UPDATE: The final versions of Office Mobile apps for Windows 10 now available for download.

Recently we told you about the new universal Office Mobile apps for Windows 10 which were under development recently:

Microsoft Office and Other Universal Apps for Windows 10

These universal Office Mobile apps include Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and provide touch-first experience across all Windows 10 devices such as computers, tablets and mobile phones.

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The good news is that final versions of these universal Mobile apps (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote) are now available for free download on PCs, laptops, tablets and mobile phones running Windows 10.

The apps have been released for free and can be downloaded and installed on Windows 10 operating system.

PS: OneNote app comes pre-installed in Windows 10.

If you are using Windows 10 and want to use these new Office Mobile apps, you can search for them in Windows Store app.

If you can't find the Office Mobile apps in Store, you can direct download them from following links:

You can also use following built-in Windows commands to direct launch Office Mobile apps pages in Windows Store. Just execute following commands one by one from Command Prompt or RUN dialog box:

ms-windows-store://PDP?productId=9wzdncrfjb9s
ms-windows-store://PDP?productId=9wzdncrfjbh3
ms-windows-store://PDP?productId=9wzdncrfjb5q

It'll directly launch Office Mobile apps pages in Windows 10 Store.

FYI the apps are absolutely free and the file size is less than 110MB for each app.

These Office Mobile apps have been optimized for touch and mobile use and users will not need mouse or keyboard to interact with those apps.

Word Mobile app for Windows 10:

It comes with new "Insights for Office" feature (which is powered by Microsoft's Bing search engine) in Read mode to provide additional online resources such as images, etc to improve user's reading experience.

Excel Mobile app for Windows 10:

With the help of new touch-first controls, users will be able to manage Excel sheets more quickly and easily without using their mouse and keyboard.

Also Check:

Microsoft Office 2016 Free Public Preview Available for Download

Download Free Microsoft Office Apps for Android Mobile Phones





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Comments

  • Hi VG,
    Is there any way to download these apps using a download manager and side-load in Windows 10. Internet is so slow at home :(

  • Oh yeah, this is very nice. Can't install Office 2013 on Windows 8.1 because it takes too much space. Now that I see how much space these take this may give me a reason to reinstall Windows 10.

    @Basil: You can't sideload apps in Windows 10. You HAVE to install it from the Store.

  • Do I need Windows Tech Preview Build 9926 for these Office apps?
    Currently, I am using Windows Tech Preview Build 9879.

  • It should be noted that these apps are only free on Windows 10 devices with a screen size of 10.1 inches or smaller. I was getting accustomed to using these apps on my 11.5 inch netbook during testing, but once these went stable you can no longer edit documents whatsoever. You need a Office 365 account to use these apps on 10.1 inch and higher.

  • So we won't need to pay for Office 2016 on Windows 10 PC/Notebook.

  • What a non-genuine license of office 2013 shall be blocked after Windows 10 activation?

  • I use a 14" notebook. Must have an Office 365 account to be able to edit or create documents using these Office Mobile Apps. Otherwise you can only view the documents.

  • Garbage. Most folks who use PCs are professionals who use them to do real work via spreadsheets, word processors, and presentation tools. That's just for starters. Then there are the heavy-duty applications for photo, audio, and video editing. Don't forget engineering design, modeling, analysis and simulation. Oh, wait, we omitted publishing, accounting/tax-preparation, and project planning. There are other vertical-market applications too numerous to list: a single such example involves the medical field: diagnostic tools, equipment-control, record-keeping, insurance case analysis, and many others. We don't have the space to get into software-development tools. I could go on and on and on.

    Get the idea? These garbage "apps" from the Windows "store" are useless, and Microsoft's arrogant and stubborn focus on them dilutes the operating system that the Windows environment once promised professional people. They have no place on workstations, desktop systems and professional-grade laptops.

    Really, what the hell *is* Microsoft's strategy nowadays? Why can't they make a real operating system anymore?

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