Microsoft’s Office Mobile 2010 productivity suite has just left beta phase and it’s now available for download over the Marketplace. You can get the new Office Mobile on your WM 6.5 handset if you already have an older version of the suite, so this is basically a free update.


Office Mobile 2010 brings new versions of OneNote, Excel, PowerPoint and SharePoint Workspace on your mobile device. The new software comes with a new interface design, focused on touch interaction and support for PowerPoint presentation editing straight from the phone. There’s also a new conversation view for Outlook 2010 Mobile e-mails, that reminds us of the desktop version of Office 2010.

PowerPoint Mobile 2010 now lets you read presentation notes from the handset, as your slides will be displayed on a laptop or PC and you can use this software to move slides. More info about the features of Office Mobile 2010 can be found here.

[via wmpoweruser]

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