Microsoft Office 2016 Is out-Only for Mac

Microsoft keeps snigpremiere at their new Office 2016 package: it will be reserved for some Mac users.

It’s big Microsoft news in sight for the second half of the year 2015, first we will have a brand new Windows operating system for both smartphones, laptops and PCs, then is a new Office suite on the way.

The new Office is expected to first get the 2016 global debut in autumn, but Mac users is now offered the opportunity to be the first with the new Office suite. From today you can download the Office of 2016 to Mac at microsoft.com.

Only for subscribers

The offer applies only to Office 365 users, therefore, you must either have a subscription to the service, or draw one before you can download the Microsoft package.

Do you prefer a stand-alone Office suite with no monthly or annual payments, Microsoft will also offer the version, but only later in the year.

Are you a student, you can likely get Office suite free of charge or at favourable price through your school or educational institution. View Microsoft’s page for student to see what deals you can take advantage of.

What’s new in Office 2016

With its latest Office suite offers Microsoft on a host of new features. Most eye-catching is probably support for the Retina display, multi-touch, as well as new visningmuligheder so that your documents can be razor sharp.

Office for Mac will also include a close connection to Microsoft’s OneDrive sky, with 1 TB storage, so that your documents can be stored safely and quickly can be accessed a few other devices.

Office 2016 for Mac contains 5 well-known, updating applications: Word for Mac, Excel for Mac, and Powerpoint for Mac, Outlook for Mac as well as OneNote for Mac.