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Finding apps that you will enjoy can be difficult. New apps are released all the time, so how do you know which ones are worth downloading? IOS&ANDROID aims to cut through the noise and tell you all about the best apps. All the apps available on the site make it easy for you to see top rated apps by our team (and users), as well as trending apps.
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Microsoft Word
Business
The popular word processing software, Microsoft Word, has made its way to mobile. With a few taps, you can be creating and editing documents with ease. Microsoft Word for mobile uses a streamlined interface, with contextual tools appearing where the cursor is. Create documents with tables, images, charts, and more, all from your mobile or tablet. It goes a long way to helping you manoeuvre around the document and add or edit content. Microsoft Word includes collaboration options, making it easy for many people to edit the same document. An improved version history support also allows you to revert back to previous states with ease. Also available is the discussion panel, allowing you to comment and provide feedback within the document. This makes it great to use for team projects, and group assignments for school. Templates are available to get you stuck in to making documents. Whether it's a formal document, a brochure, or a resume, Microsoft Word can provide a template to get you started. Once you pick your template, and add in your content, you'll have a modern, well designed document. Many features of the app need you to have an active Office 365 subscription. Which features need the subscription service differ from device and platform. Creating and editing documents is often free, with some premium options dependant on an active subscription. The cost of an Office 365 subscription differs based on your location, but last for at least one year. If not disabled, Microsoft Word will auto-renew your Office 365 subscription at the end of the subscription period.
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Instagram
Communication
Free photo sharing app, Instagram, allows users to take and share photos and videos. Photos and videos saved to your profile can be shared for everyone to see, or privately with whom you choose. Instagram presents photos in a polaroid-like square shape. Once you snap your photo, you can then apply filters to stylize your photo further. You can choose from a range of filters or have no filter applied. Instagram adds new filters with some of the regular updates. Instagram users often tag their photos with 'hashtags' - a way to categorize photos. With 600+ million active users, hashtags allows easier access to your public content. Tapping on any hashtag takes you to the most recent and trending photos and videos for that category. A more recent introduction to Instagram is videos. Videos were limited to 15 seconds, but future updates increased this to 60 seconds. Multi-video posts allows up to 10 minutes of consecutive video to be shared. To compete with Snapchat, Instagram introduced Instagram Stories in August 2016. Instagram Stories allows you to share photos and videos in a stream. This media then disappears after 24 hours and are no longer accessible once expired. This is a lot like Snapchat's core functionality. Instagram was acquired by Facebook in April 2012 at a US$1 billion valuation. Since then, Instagram has continued to grow in popularity around the world as one of the must have apps. It often ranks within the top 10 rankings within the app stores around the world.
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