In a move that may be too late for some consumers, Microsoft unveiled Microsoft Office for iPad on Thursday. In Satya Nadella’s first public event as CEO, the software giant announced that the program will be free for users in read-only mode. If you want to create files you will need to be an Office 365 subscriber, which costs $100 a year. Some analysts said it might be too late for Microsoft, as its unwillingness to put its products on a rival's hardware allowed users to try out and get used to other products from different companies like Evernote, Quip, Smartsheet, Haiku Dek, and Apple's iWorks suite.
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