Microsoft releases Microsoft Apps to help Android users find its services

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BELLEVUE, WA - DECEMBER 3: Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella addresses shareholders during Microsoft Shareholders Meeting December 3, 2014 in Bellevue, Washington. The meeting was the first for Nadella as CEO. (Photo by Stephen Brashear/Getty Images)

This year Microsoft has been very giving when it comes to its competitors, releasing its Office apps for both iOS and Android.  They also released Microsoft apps like Translator, Office 365, Skype,  Skype for Business, and the virtual assistant Cortana. With so many apps to choose from, it might be hard to find which is right for you, or just where to find all of these applications. Luckily Microsoft has just made that task easier for you, introducing an app, aptly titled Microsoft Apps, that lets you browse through all of their apps in one location. The app description reads:

Microsoft Apps makes it easy to find the best apps from Microsoft available on your Android device. Browse Microsoft’s extensive selection of apps across categories like Productivity, Education, Entertainment, Communication, News, and more.


  • Browse all the apps from Microsoft on Android in one simple experience
  • See what apps you already have installed; find new and popular downloads
  • Browse by category
  • More coming soon

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