We all know how Microsoft is getting into Android in good ways. He has been launching apps in the last two years with the premise of demonstrating his skills in programming and creating good apps in the operating system for Google mobile devices.

Just two weeks ago we were fortunate to witness the arrival of four more apps from the Microsoft Garage division. A development group that has as a virtue the possibility of developing apps on other platforms that are not the same as Microsoft’s and that apparently, in their spare time, the developers have been creating different Android apps being launched on the Play Store, although of course, with the occasional problem in availability. Here are the 3 best Microsoft apps that exist in the Google app store.

The arrival of the Microsoft Garage apps has been surprising for their quality and surely in the coming months, we will see new bets from this development group that seems to be, like and very much Android. Its quality and good work follows in the wake of the apps below highlighting one that came from this same division.

Microsoft Office Mobile

Microsoft Office Mobile

It is worth that Microsoft Office Mobile does not have all the features of the desktop version, but it is worth making some changes to Word, Excel or Powerpoint files. It cannot replace office but it is an application that cannot be missed on an Android phone that is widely used in office automation.

One of the best features that this app has is accessing documents connected to the cloud in order to have them available on your Android phone or tablet. Otherwise, it works properly and has all the elements that a high-quality app must-have.

OneNote

OneNote

There are a good number of Android apps for taking notes, and among all of them Evernote appears as the most efficient and highest quality, although it is difficult to select one that is the best since in the end it depends on our needs. We also have Google Keep that was launched last year and although it does not have many features, it does what it does.

OneNote follows the premise of Keep in terms of features, but this lightness allows us to get the most out of it, even with the option of organizing all the notes using notebooks. By the way, one of the special features of Evernote and that OneNote has, apart from being able to launch notes with text, images, audio and even hand drawings. A very interesting option to save all the notes and that is worth mentioning as a great app.

Next Lock Screen

Next Lock Screen

Although it is not available to all users, you cannot leave out this app that has come as a great surprise in that Microsoft Garage app package. Next Lock Screen is an app for the lock screen that tries to carry both app shortcuts and notifications to even be able to customize the background as the user wants.

A great app that has a very good design and has great features to become the lock screen of your Android phone or tablet. Now we have to hope that it will be the next thing that Microsoft Garage brings us after launching this interesting app with a good job behind it.

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