Not yet, your not.
Goodness. Buy yourself a dictionary.
Redmond has hinted it soon may bring Microsoft Office to the iPhone. In a Q&A with Tim 2.0'Reilly at the hypemeister's Web 2.0 Expo in downtown San Francisco this afternoon, Microsoft Office honcho Stephen Elop was asked how his aging desktop software suite would survive in a world increasingly obsessed with putting apps in the …
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What's the chances that Office for the iphone will probably offer 95% of the functionality you need, and actually be a better package for a lower price than grown-up Office with all it's crazy add-ons and even more crazy price?
That said, I can't help thinking they're hinting at this early to hinder sales of Quickoffice while they get their act together....
I got to play with the browser based Office Live during one of Microsoft's Live @ Edu demonstrations and the really good big - it looks and plays like the Office of old. Even if most people never use Office's full range of features, Live scores highly because it looks like the program they've been using up until now.
Google Apps are very nicely done, work well and play nicely, but IMHO they don't look as professional as the Office Live suite.
With bandwidth being as it is, coverage similarly so the last thing we consumers (OK me consumer) wants is additional lag just because some sky based servers, some trad based servers or some other time lag inducing arrangement wants to look up, download and then display ads.
Apple: please keep apps ad free