The Microsoft Office suite of software, including Office 365 and Microsoft OneNote, has been a fixture of Android devices for years.
But for some people, the apps themselves are increasingly inconvenient to use, with apps including Word, Excel and PowerPoint cluttering up the screen and causing unnecessary frustration.
A new Microsoft app, Microsoft OneDrive, aims to alleviate some of the issues.
OneDrive is a cloud storage service that allows users to store their files on one central computer, or share them across devices.
It also works with Android devices, and lets users add files and folders to OneDrive from within their phone, tablet or PC.
One of the biggest selling points of OneDrive for Android is that it’s a paid subscription, meaning it can be purchased for as little as $2.99 a month, with the option to turn off all features.
Users can choose to pay $0.99 per month, $2 per month or $3.99, and get the full functionality for free, as well as the option for a one-year free trial.
The free trial period ends at midnight on October 31, but users can cancel at any time, or they can pay $3 a month to get a month-long trial, or $7.99 to get unlimited access.
Users can also buy a one time payment of $99, which gives them unlimited access to the service for 24 months, as long as they are enrolled in a Microsoft plan.
Microsoft also announced that it will be rolling out a new subscription for OneDrive users to the desktop, tablet and PC versions of the Android operating system.
This new subscription is for a period of six months, and will cost $99 per year for the desktop version, $99 for the tablet version and $129 for the PC version.
This means that, as with most Microsoft products, the OneDrive subscription is now part of the free-to-play option for those who do not already have a Microsoft account.
Users with a Microsoft Mobile plan will also get the new subscription, which will be available in early 2018 for $59.99.
This is the second update for OneNote in the past month, following an update to make the app more responsive for those with slow internet connections.
OneNote was also updated to fix the problem where it could not download files in some situations, and it will now also download files from cloud services.
Microsoft says the update to OneNote is also being rolled out to Windows 10 users who have a paid Microsoft subscription.
For those who are still experiencing issues with the OneNote app, the company has posted a tutorial on how to uninstall the software on your phone or tablet.
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Microsoft’s OneDrive software was previously available for free on Windows PCs, but that has now been removed, and users will be able to buy the software as a paid membership in the future.
Users who want to keep using OneDrive should also be aware that this subscription is no longer available on the Windows Store, and should be instead using their Microsoft account to sign in to the Office 365 online service.
Microsoft will also be rolling this new subscription out to Android users in the coming months, with Android apps included as part of a new $3 per month Microsoft OnePass subscription.
Microsoft is also rolling out the free trial of Office 365 to Windows Insiders, but the free Trial version is only available for the Enterprise edition of the OS.
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