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Description

The PowerPoint app gives you access to the familiar slideshow maker tool you already know. Create, edit, view, present, or share presentations quickly and easily from anywhere.
Need to access your PowerPoint files quickly while on the go? PowerPoint provides a quick view of your recent slides and presentations for easy access on any device.
Worried about multiple file versions when you work on PowerPoint mobile? Syncing is seamless across devices via OneDrive.
PowerPoint lets you make a lasting impression with powerful and customizable slides and presentations that make you stand out. Create slideshows and present with confidence from anywhere.
Making a delightful and impactful presentation has never been easier. PowerPoint gives you templates to work from and automatic design ideas for your presentations.
Master your presentation with Presenter Coach, a new AI tool designed to help with public speaking. Practice your presentation and get real-time suggestions to adjust your pacing, avoid “umms” and speak confidently. Requires an active Microsoft 365 subscription.
Customize your presentations on the go, collaborating with others in real time. Sync your PowerPoint documents via OneDrive, share with coworkers and create amazing presentations as a team.
Get the complete Microsoft Office experience when you sign in with your Microsoft 365 subscription. Create, edit and share presentations with ease when you download Microsoft PowerPoint today.
Present with confidence
• Never miss a beat with PowerPoint on the go. You can make new presentations or continue working on existing ones.
• PowerPoint syncs your presentations to OneDrive, so you can start a presentation on your PC, then edit using PowerPoint mobile.
• A new Presenter Coach designed to provide feedback and assistance for your presentations.
Customizable Slideshow Maker
• With the powerful and highly customizable experience in PowerPoint, creating presentations that will make an impression and help you stand out is easy.
• Create a slideshow from a template or make a presentation from scratch.
Collaborate on Presentations
• PowerPoint makes it easy to collaborate with others.
• With 1-click sharing, quickly invite others to edit, view, or provide feedback on your slides.
• Easily manage permissions and see who’s working on your presentation.
• Stay on top of changes and feedback with integrated comments within the slides.
• Compare changes to see how your presentation has evolved over time.
Download Microsoft PowerPoint now and get the best way to create, edit and share slideshows and presentations from your iPhone or iPad.
To create or edit documents, sign in with a free Microsoft account on devices with a screen size smaller than 10.1 inches.
Unlock the full Microsoft Office experience with a qualifying Microsoft 365 subscription for your phone, tablet, PC, and Mac.
Monthly Microsoft 365 subscriptions purchased from the app will be charged to your App Store account and will automatically renew within 24 hours prior to the end of the current subscription period unless auto-renewal is disabled beforehand. You can manage your subscriptions in your App Store account settings.
This app is provided by either Microsoft or a third-party app publisher and is subject to a separate privacy statement and terms and conditions. Data provided through the use of this store and this app may be accessible to Microsoft or the third-party app publisher, as applicable, and transferred to, stored, and processed in the United States or any other country where Microsoft or the app publisher and their affiliates or service providers maintain facilities.
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262.1K Ratings

It’s OK but difficult to use on the phone

I really like Microsoft products however when you’re trying to type on the small keyboards that you have with your phone. You really lose out on accuracy and sometimes because of the size of your fingers you may press the wrong button’s and so forth. However if you got the time you could probably do some productive work on an app like this but it’s not something that’s going to happen very quickly. And also sometimes some of the functions that are easier to get to on the full program seem like they’re either not on this program or hard to get to because of the number of menus that you have to go through. Nevertheless it is worth it to have this program the more programs a person has the more options they have so I do like the program overall however there is a certain curve that you have to get over.

Feels like a downgrade

I grew up with MS Office products, and I have always been a solid advocate of it. But I have to say that Power Point has been a let down so far, when it comes to using it on iPad. I have been dealing with the same problem, for several years now, reported it three times, and no has responded et alone fixed the problems/bugs: (1) On iPad Pro, converting PPT files to PDF is near impossible, when it comes to moderately sized PPT files (ie with a moderate load of images). It simply doesn’t convert. (2) Loading files that are already stored on the iPad takes forever, or is play do not reopen sometimes, and the system keeps trying and trying to open the file in what seems like forever. This problem seems to be less persistent when WiFi is turned off, but then that defies the whole point of being able to use many of the functionalities that are otherwise only available when you’re connected online. I am still a big fan/supporter, and only use Power Point for my presentation work, but I have to say that something’s got to give, eventually, f they don’t address such issues.

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Missing basic functions, hard to navigate

The app has most of the formatting functions you’d expect, but what good are they if you cannot do basic editing?
- To cut or copy text, you have to use a search function and type in “cut” or “copy.” But once you have text in the buffer, there’s no Paste function, not even using the search! Unlike most apps, press-and-hold only brings up a magnifying glass.
- The auto zoom function has two degrees: whole page, where you cannot edit text, and zoomed in, where you can edit text but can only can see the left half or right half of the page. If the cursor is at one end of a line and you want to move the cursor to the other end of a line, you have to Zoom out and then zoom back in.
- You’ll get tired of the above flaws very quickly. So I added a text editor app to create the text and then copy it into PowerPoint. Then I tore my hair out for hours, looking for a way to paste the text into PowerPoint for final formatting. If the vital cut, copy, and paste functions exist, they’re hidden better than Jimmy Hoffa’s body.
- My advice: find another app unless the text in your slides is extremely simple.

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Information

Size
252.1 MB
Compatibility
iPhone
Requires iOS 14.0 or later.
iPad
Requires iPadOS 14.0 or later.
iPod touch
Requires iOS 14.0 or later.
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In-App Purchases
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  3. Office 365 Home$9.99
  4. Microsoft 365 Family$9.99
  5. Office 365 Home$99.99
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  8. Microsoft 365 Family$99.99
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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

Wondering if you can get Word, Excel and PowerPoint on your iPad (or even iPhone)? The answer is yes! In this article we will discuss how to install the Microsoft Office apps on an iPad, including how you can get them for free (and whether you should), and how to use Word, PowerPoint and Excel on your iPad.

When Microsoft first unveiled its Office apps for Mac and iOS devices, the apps were quite limited. The iPad version offered some basic editing features (but only to Office 365 subscribers), while the iPhone equivalent was read-only. But these days most iPad and iPhone users can access and edit Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents on their phones and tablets without be required to sign up for Office 365.

Read on for more information about how to get Office apps on your iPhone and iPad, and how to make the most of their features. For related advice, see our Office for Mac buying guide, as well as Which is the best iPad spreadsheet app?

How to get Microsoft Office for iPad and iPhone

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The Microsoft Office apps are free to download from the App Store (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook) to any iPhone or iPad user running iOS 12 or later. If you run a search in the App Store rather than using the links above, make sure you get versions with Microsoft Corporation listed as the developer, just so you don't accidentally download an Office clone.

You can create, edit, view and print documents, presentations and spreadsheets in the Office apps for free, but to do so you will need to sign in. Luckily it is possible to sign up for free, you just need to create a Microsoft ID by logging on with your email address and password. You don't need to have an Office 365 subscription, but you will need to register for this free account if you want to be able to create and edit documents.

How to get Microsoft Office for iPad Pro

The problem arises if you have an iPad Pro or the new iPad 10.2in (2019), because Microsoft only offers Word, Excel and PowerPoint (and Outlook) for free on devices that are less than 10.1in. Which basically rules out any iPad Pro (unless you have one of the older models with a 9.7in display). We have an article that discusses how to get Office on iPad Pro for free here.

Because of this you need to have a subscription to Office 365 if you want to use the Office apps on an iPad Pro. Microsoft seems to believe that the iPad Pro is only a professional device, and the inexpensive iPad 10.2in (2019) model suffers from that larger display.

Of course if you are using your copies of Word, Excel and Powerpoint for professional, or commercial, reasons then you should legally have an Office 365 subscription regardless of the device you are using.

If you are only using Word on your iPad Pro to write letters to your great aunt then you may be disappointed, but in that case we'd suggest that Pages might be a better solution for you.

Should I buy a subscription to Office 365?

Like we said above, you can get Office on your iPad or iPhone for free without needing to sign up for Office 365. However, if you have an iPad Pro, or you are going to be using the apps for commercial purposes (e.g. work), then you should get an Office 365 subscription.

With Office 365 you get premium versions of Office applications: Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook - including advanced change tracking, the removal of limits on the ways you can use paragraph styles, and advanced chart, table, and picture formatting tools. Plus you get 1TB of online storage per person with OneDrive (without a subscription to Office 365 you only get 5GB). Users can also open existing documents stored on their OneDrive or any other SharePoint location.

A yearly Office 365 subscription starts at £59.99 in the UK (or £5.99 per month) for Personal, and at $69.99 in the US (or $6.99 per month). Depending on the subscription you could get the Office apps for your Mac too. You also get 60 minutes of free Skype calls each month and OneDrive cloud storage capacity for up to five users.

You'll find full details of the extra features unlocked with a 365 subscription, plus the various tiers on offer, at the Microsoft Office website.

Microsoft has confirmed that a new version of Office is coming later in 2021. Read about Office 2021 here: Office 2021 for Mac release date.

Do I need Word, Excel and PowerPoint on the iPad?

You may find you don't need to use the Office apps on your iPad. Apple offers its own alternative that will open and save documents, spreadsheets and presentations that are compatible with the Microsoft Office apps.

Apple's office suite, sometimes referred to as iWork, includes Pages (word processing), Numbers (spreadsheets), and Keynote (presentations). iWork is comes for free with the purchase of an Apple iPad or iPhone. You can download the latest versions here: Pages, Keynote, Numbers.

Read more about Apple's mobile iWork apps:

Syncing options for Microsoft Office

Office for iOS integrates with OneDrive, Microsoft's cloud storage service. So, users can create a document in the relevant Office app, then revise it on their iPad while commuting. The document will maintain its formatting even if the mobile version doesn't support that particular feature.

However, you'll need to ensure that documents must be downloaded to your iPad before you can work on them. You can also create and save documents on your iPad without saving them to OneDrive - handy if you're offline - but you won't be able to use templates unless you set up the document while still connected to the internet.

When online, you can collaborate on documents, editing them at the same time as colleagues - you need to tap a share button in the upper left of the toolbar to invite others to access the document. Note that it doesn't update in real time, though, so you may refresh and find a paragraph you were working on has moved.

Word for iPad and iPhone

With Word for iOS you get substantial document creation and editing tools - as with the other iOS Office apps, you can now edit documents in the app regardless of whether you have a paid Office 365 account. Previously, without an Office 365 subscription, you had read-only access to docs.

Creating documents? Presuming that you only want standard text formatting, including selecting and changing a document's paragraph formatting or adding and making basic changes to tables, the free version will work perfectly for you.

Using Word for iOS on the iPhone suffers from the limitations of the screen size, but Microsoft has made some tweaks to the interface to make it easier to use on the iPhone, for example, streamlining the 'Ribbon' (the toolbar you're used to using in every Office application) to maximise screen space while editing text.

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There's also a 'Mobile View' button that resizes the text, wipes away unnecessary document elements, and places the tools in with the keyboard, allowing you to focus on the text you're editing.

If you work in a business environment you may find that there are some limitations. The features that require an Office 365 subscription include some of the more in-depth layout and formatting tools, page orientation changes, additions or reductions to columns and page sections, Word Art, custom text colours, adding reflections or other image editing options, advanced table and chart editing, and change tracking.

Note that if change tracking is already turned on for a document, any changes you make will be tracked, even if you don't have all the features of a subscription account - you just can't accept or reject changes.

Powerpoint On Ios

If you're likely to be accessing files stored in OneDrive or Dropbox for Business accounts, or on your own private Microsoft SharePoint, you'll have to have a paid account. If you sign up for a free OneDrive account you can use the app for storing and accessing documents.

Microsoft includes Dropbox integration, which means you're able to add your Dropbox account to Word and open any Word documents you have stored there.

For a more in-depth look at the app, read our Word for iOS guide.

Excel for iPad and iPhone

Excel for iOS can be used to create spreadsheets, as long as you register for a Microsoft ID. Once you have logged into your account you will have almost all the features that Office 365 subscribers have. Creating, modifying, saving and printing: all worked well in the free version.

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There is also Dropbox support, so you don't need to use Microsoft OneDrive. Once you've logged in to your Dropbox account, you will see a list of Places you can save and open things. You can then open, modify, and save any spreadsheets in DropBox. We'd like to see iCloud Drive here too.

The features only open to Office 365 users include: customising pivot table styles and layouts (you can't create pivot tables in Excel for iOS anyway); add custom colours to shapes; insert and edit WordArt; add shadows and reflection styles to pictures; and add or modify chart elements.

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There is no difference between the iPad and iPhone app - but we have to admit that using Excel on the iPad is a much better experience due to the bigger screen. The iPhone screen really is too small for all but the most basic of editing. We'd use it in an emergency, but if we were crafting a document or making significant edits we'd be reaching for the iPad.

To find out more about the features and capabilities of the app, read our Excel for iOS guide.

PowerPoint for iPad and iPhone

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Just like Word and Excel for iOS, PowerPoint no longer requires a subscription to edit presentations.

On the free tier you can add and edit animations, crop images, and you add video from your iOS device.

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If you have an Office 365 subscription you get access to premium features including Presenter View; adding custom colours to shapes; adding and editing WordArt; applying reflections and shadows to graphics; adding and editing chart elements; and adjusting the shading of table cells, rows, and columns.

It's no match for the desktop version of PowerPoint, but as a mobile version that's useful for simple presentations its a solid tool. As with the other apps, Dropbox file storage is an alternative to Microsoft's own OneDrive.