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Microsoft Word Positive Reviews
It’s Word, man.Great app. Business and academic apps like this are sometimes harder to navigate on iPads or smart devices because you can’t see all the icons like you would on a laptop screen, and the layout is a little different, but it still does mostly everything you’d need for work or school. There are certain things that you can’t do unless you pay and upgrade to premium, like getting unlimited text colors, but that’s pretty much what you get with every app these days. The app still lets you be cheap and get away with making word documents without premium if you don’t want all the bells and whistles included, and it’s still functional, so I don’t personally mind not having premium. You can get by without it if you don’t want to spend the extra money-shoutout to all the broke college students out there and all the kids whose parents won’t let them upgrade- but if you’re willing/have the means to pay, hats off to ya. All in all, it serves its purpose and does what it’s supposed to, it’s not glitchy, and it’s pretty easy to use. I like it. So, that’s my two cents in the subject. Try it out, see what you think, and you can always delete it I guess. :).Version: 2.40
Review of Microsoft wordWell I use Microsoft word at work, the mobile version is vastly inferior. If it were free, I probably couldn’t complain. But, if you want to get the capability of redlining documents and other important work-related actions, you have to purchase the subscription. This is where the trouble begins. Microsoft support is terrible. Several times a year the program won’t work and tells me I need a subscription. I’ve spent hours on the phone with Microsoft since I first purchased this program. There’s some sort of company disconnect between their accounting department and mobile services. This needs to be fixed.
Regarding the applications performance, at best it’s OK. It tends to be slow, saving a document while you were working on it is not as straightforward as it should be, and if you want to dictate, you better proofread twice. Many of the desired editing features are not available in this mobile application. Formatting is next to impossible and many many other features are not available. While I don’t think you can expect 100% duplication, iPad cost more than most PCs, have ample memory, and should be capable of handling all of the commands necessary to do a competent job of preparing a word document. And you should not have to have an external keyboard with your iPad to perform the tasks. Bottom line, The program is livable, but not particularly likable..Version: 2.23
Smooth Transition Between iPad to PCI’ve been using Word for iPad, iPhone, and my Dell laptop for a couple of months and experienced a very smooth transition from one device to another. One problem I had was that fancy fonts I was using on my PC didn’t carry over to my iPad (I’ve got to download those fonts I think; I haven’t done that yet). For most of my typing, I prefer Courier and simple fonts anyway, so it’s not a problem. A few times there were too many differences between devices (I probably left my file open on a different device) and the app asked me which version of the document to use; it worked just like Word’s manuscript comparison function where it highlights the differences between the two files (which is much better than Scrivener—I’ve lost several version of my manuscripts in Scrivener when it couldn’t resolve differences between a file on my laptop and on another device). This app doesn’t have all the bells and whistles that my Word for PC offers, but it has enough. I’m happy with it..Version: 2.45
Typos and automatically spellingMy name is Madysan D. Clark an di want to tell you some reasons why word isn't the best nor bette than google docs. I love word, but the only thing i don't like about it is this: In google docs it corrects all of your incorrect spelling, but it dosen't do that here on word. On word if you have a typo it will eaither not automatically correct it or when it has that little red squiggle line nderneath the word and then you click on it it won't even give you options on what the word you were probably trying to spell. I know that word can't be exactly like google docs, but that dosn't mean that it can't be better. I think google docs and word are the same and i'm sure that you don't want to be the same. My advice to you, is to fix this problem and then look for ways to make word even better so that you can't even compeat with google docs. I love word, but if you don't fix this then i'm gonna stop using it and not only that but i'll use google docs instead. I know you don't want people not using your products, hey, i dont wnat it eaither! So, fix this please, fix this..Version: 2.49.1
Why I hate, hate, Word.Word. In a single word to describe it, terrible. Or this word, frustrating, or this word aggravating, or another word, crashes, how about freezes. I could go on and on about it, but my main complaint is it try’s to be to helpful and that’s where it gets itself into trouble. Originally if you had a mid-spelled word it would hi light it and offer suggestions. Now when it’s highlighted it takes you to other prompts before bringing you to where you wanted to be in the first place. Next it randomly capitalizes words in the middle of sentences and occasionally will do it when it begins the next line. I hate if I’ve written a 300 page manuscript, gone back to say page 164 to change something, saving it to that page, close it, when I reopen it later I’m back at page one. It may not seem like much, but when you’re writing 5 hours plus at a time, it becomes maddening. The worst insult? I pay for this misery!.Version: 2.30.1
New version not as good as the previous oneVerdict: if you want to/need to use Office across your devices, get this. If not, use Pages or Google Docs. They will both allow you to open & edit Word docs & Save docs as Word.
Though it’s really handy to have Office products on my phone so I can edit files without having to go to my laptop, I’m not keen on the latest version of Word for iOS. It’s just clunkier to use. It took me quite a bit of poking around just to find the editing control menus. And when I copy & paste text into a new document, it only pastes the text, not any original formatting. I don’t see any paste options such as there are in Word for windows. Example: I have an email with text formatted as a table. Previously, if I copied & pasted into a new doc, it pasted as a table. Now, it just pastes the text with generic font & no formatting except paragraph breaks. I completely lose the table.
It seems this app has gotten more bare-bones rather than feature-full. It’s good enough, but if I have an Office subscription, I expect a little more..Version: 2.16
File location/Search/Properties issueFor the most part, I love Microsoft Word. However if I don’t remember where I put a file and I haven’t used it for a while it won’t show up in my recent and I have the hardest time trying to find it. It would be nice if you could search through all the locations that you have saved in the locations spot instead of going to each one separately to find your missing file.
Once I found my file, which I did not find through Microsoft word (I had to go to my files on my iPhone where I found the file quickly since it was in the cloud from my Mac desktop), I was unable to open it up.
HOWEVER, I cannot find anywhere under file properties or anywhere else where I can find where it is located, it should be in the file properties section, also it would be really handy if they allowed you to click from there to change the location of where you keep your file..Version: 2.29
Good, but not good enoughI’ve used Word for a long time, through my years in the service, and then through college and grad school. The app is definitely missing some of the functionality of the version on PCs or Macs. Even so, that’s not the biggest problem I have with Word on my iPad.
After using the app for about an hour, the cursor gets bogged down and there is a huge delay between what I type on the keyboard and what shows up on the document. I’ve tried closing and reopening the app, clearing any caches I can find in my tablets settings, and even shutting the tablet all the way down. None of those are successful. The only think I’ve found that works is closing the app and stepping away for a couple hours. When I come back, it works fine for about an hour, then does the same thing again.
I travel a lot and do most of my work remotely, and taking a two hour break every hour would not allow me to get any work done. I would scrap this app if it weren’t required for my workflow. There’s potential here, but the app needs a lot of work..Version: 2.51
Best there is - not without it’s problemsThe word app on iPad is, no doubt, the best way to write documents on the iPad. I have experimented with many other platforms, and the word app is simply the closest we’re gonna get to a computer-like experience on the iPad. It does have it’s limitations, however. There are a couple features that this app needs to encorporate to become more like the desktop version. But overall, I am happy with it. With the new mouse/trackpad compatibility that’s come to iPad’s through the 13.4 update, the iPad has taken one big leap forward in becoming an independent productivity tool. HOWEVER, the devlopers of productivity apps need to update their apps to encorporate the beautiful new mouse/trackpad updates! The quicker the better! The first writing apps that can encorporate that will easily be the new hype. At the moment, this app functions no different with a mouse :(..Version: 2.35
Great for collaborating across devicesI have devices I use at home, at work, and volunteer places where I do not necessarily own all devices. I usually use a USB drive but, remembering where I keep that small USB drive is much burdensome. Many times, I could not locate my USB drive. Using OneDrive and having 5 users access is a convenience, the price, over $100 a year is a little high, thou. I litterally have access to more than 5 devices.
Now, when my Phone becomes more than a phone, I really like to see Word to be more easy to edit text using iPhone. I tried editing text on a document using my iPhone, I was able to edit it. However, when I open it on a PC, the line that I typed in using my iPhone has a different format than other text in the same document. Selecting text, and editing tables or that with shapes are not very much easy on iPhone which might have a lot to do with iPhone structure. But, I really want to see improvement on this area which Microsoft could possibly eliminate barriers and add more user friendly features for Word on iPhone..Version: 2.9
About halfway thereI use this app everyday and for the most part - it works if you’re doing basic documents. However, when working with bullets and numbering, sometimes it chokes if a custom spacing/tabbing has been setup using the desktop version of Word.
If you create a graph such as a hierarchy in the desktop version, it will display in the iOS version but it cannot be modified - not even on the iPad Pro - which is what I use.
It should cache your last document you worked on locally so that you don’t have to reload it when you return. This is important for iOS because of how you have to app switch.
The funny thing is that before loading the app, I was able to access the more full featured web version of Word in Safari on iOS and it worked for the most part. Which led me to believe that there is still a lot of potential for the iOS version.
For tables, there should be a button on the table to add more columns or rows - Apple’s Pages does that really well and saves the extra touches and strokes.
A touch interface is just different than a mouse interface. I think if the product manager was forced to use the iOS version for a month they might make some changes to add features in a way that makes sense for a true touch environment even if it’s slightly different than the desktop version.
More and more people are making a touch interface their primary device which means that fewer compromises will need to be made..Version: 2.22
Computer vs mobile vs tabletHello, I’d like word in computer, you create a document, and you print it, I mean the basic. On mobile..nope. It’s like paint but blue themed. I mean there can be a lot of improvements and fixes. Also the app crashed my tablet like 3 times before even finishing the download. Ok other then that, I honestly didn’t like it. For a document it’s good you got the basics. But it isn’t enough like... ok maybe on my phone it might be bad and all that but i mean meh. But on the tablet (seeing the pictures in the App Store) it’s good I mean the same for computer but a little bit laggy and bugs and crashes. There can be a LOOT of différents if you could just work on it better.
Ok. As an app. I can say meh. Not bad. Just less settings in the mob and tabs. But other then that crashes. Fix these and make the layout better :) also the app takes a lot to download and a lot to start it up. Make this a generator instead of a non deleting paper for like ever. Thanks for reading.Version: 2.45
Microsoft Word iPad Pro - 2nd GenMy iPad Pro is what I use for school and Word has worked exceptionally well for me over the past year. My only complaint with the App is that after 2-3 hours of using the Word app while using the dual screen feature (usually I have safari on the other half of my screen) there seems to be a lag with the typing. It is easily fixed by closing the app and re-opening so a small issue. Another suggestion would be to ask if I would like to name or save my document before I begin my papers. Today I was writing a final exam and the lag started, so I saved my work and closed the app only to open up my final exam to a blank page, like I had written nothing. I believe it was because the “Auto-save” feature doesn’t activate until you have already saved your work (which I had not done until the lag had started, but my work was still gone.) Anyway I love the app but save your work before you start..Version: 2.49.1
You have to buy 365!This program was supposed to help me when I traveled. I write on my PC but travel occasionally. If I have a project open on my PC and want to finish and submit it within my timeline I transfer it to my IPad and go. I had been writing in note or on pages but the styles got messed up and I whined to my spouse. “Try Word for IPad”. Ok, so I got it. Miserable first day experience and then my spouse said “Buy a month of 365. See if that helps.”
Now the reason it isn’t a “5” is because there is still a learning curve. You have to push all the buttons and figure out where things are. ?Intuitive? Nah, I didn’t think so but I’m a PC lover. The IPad is light weight and slips in my purse. My laptop is not. I had a surface—The best of both worlds—-but that’s another story.
My advice: If you’re upset with word for IPad, buy a month of 365.
See you in the skies!.Version: 2.25
IPad Can Take It!Microsoft. We need to have a talk.
My 12.9 inch iPad Pro is faster, has a bigger screen, and is far more capable than my iMac or Windows PC. So please, PLEASE, explain to me why on earth I can’t have all the same feature? It makes no sense to me that I cannot display all of the same things (active word count) or use all of the same features (I mean, come one, no citation manager? Are you kidding?) as are available on the computer.
I already know that the App Store has separate stores for separate devices, so change the iPad App Store version to more closely resemble the iMac or Windows versions. I am literally begging you! Make my life, and everyone’s lives just a little easier, and stop castrating the absolute best document editing platform on the planet.
At the very lease, give me a citation manager. The add free bibliography creator is half the reason I use Word over google docs, and I really think that y’all could do better than this.
FInally, a feature that really ought to exist on all platforms but exists on none is the ability to edit the default (blank) template. I have never been asked to write in 11 point calibri with single space before. Never in my life, every assignment form word, from 1st grade on up has always been 12 point Times New Roman, double spaced. Let us change the blank document format.
Otherwise, a great typing and editing experience, especially once you begin to understand the file system..Version: 2.52
The best!I’ve been using Word for many years and every of those years it never stop getting better and better. The one issue I found yesterday was that I needed an app to save the work I was doing. And when I tried “save as” I see a message “don’t worry I saved it for you!?” Where!? Is it in this new app? Name saved under? I suppose I need to pay to have the privilege to do as I want? To save a file where I want? Yes the program is improved but to use the program one must reach into the wallet to use what was once so convenient and FREE!
Yes, I still have you a 5 stars because Word is a fantastic program and made me look great when I turned in midterm papers in college! Great job but 85% of the time is best to keep something whole than to piece it just to make a few dollars more. The best example I can give is to remember what happened to Word Perfect!.Version: 2.47
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Thanks for greatness.Version: 2.11.1
I wish it worked better on the iPad 12.9 (vs. 3)I like Microsoft word OK. It really does struggle often times and it’s not easy to use. However my primary problem here is that when trying to use Microsoft Word to interact with documents on my iPad it’s very slow, frequently quits and I’m having to use multiple steps to get the same job done. About to have to switch to Apple‘s software program. Soley because Microsoft word doesn’t interact with the iPad very well. I wish it was better. Microsoft team if you’re listening boy it would be helpful if you can get this working on the iPad.
I run a medical clinic and need to use iPads in interactions with patient during healing sessions. because the iPad works so well with other things it is a good tool. Trying to use Microsoft Word within this environment is not possible. I wish that Microsoft team could try to make this work better on the iPad for us professionals..Version: 2.25
Great! But one suggestion...Microsoft Word comes in handy on the iPhone and most features work well. One flaw it does have and the reason it’s only 4 star is the grammar and spelling features have some flaws with not recognizing certain words and sentence structures. Of course I’d always recommend double checking yourself first before blaming the program but there have been times in my college writing where I’ve had to ‘okay’ some grammatical highlights and add words to the dictionary.
One suggestion I do have for the developers though would be to add a color search feature! When I write I will sometimes highlight or change the color of my font. Usually this helps me find particular places but now that I’m writing books it takes longer to find the right area and I find myself wishing I could color search and then navigate between colored sections more easily..Version: 2.36
Glad I signed up for Office 365I’m reviewing this as a paid app and not a free one because, for my use case, the features I need require an Office 365 subscription (which is fair - I don’t expect developers to provide pro-level functionality for free). If I were reviewing this as a free app, I would rate it 5 stars. Maybe more, actually. It’s a really good app.
I'm an attorney and I mark up documents for a living, and I rely on a lot of advanced “Reviewing” features of Microsoft Word on the desktop. Many of these features are reproduced perfectly in this app. I store my iMac's files on OneDrive, which this app can access natively. It works very, very well.
Some features do remain missing, however. Styles support does not appear to be complete, or at least there does not seem to be a way to edit Styles on the iPad (although if I edit a Style on the iMac the Style will immediately update on the iPad, so there’s that). Sometimes I rely on Remote Desktop just to make changes to Styles and certain other formatting items - obviously this is a clunky workaround. There also is no functionality for “comparing” one file with another.
I’m giving this 4 stars because I’m pleased with it and Microsoft Word remains critical to my daily workflow. There’s definitely room for improvement, though, especially for a “pro” app that I’m paying annually for..Version: 2.9
Mostly happyFor the most part, Word for iPad has been fantastic. Granted, it is not as robust as the desktop version, but one would expect that to be the case.
I do have a problem. Normally when I start a document, it remains the open document whenever I return to program, my last document edited remains the opened document. At some point that changed. I have a document that is 2 months old now reopening, and it is causing me problems. Last night I took minutes for a meeting, only to have those lost. I cannot find them anywhere. They are not in my recent documents, not auto saved, just gone. A two hour meeting with copious notes now missing. I had planned to come back to finish my notes and did not save them. What a mistake. It is disappointing that the program changed, and I am now struggling to come up with a document that no longer exists!.Version: 2.24
Word search problem(1) Word search starts searching like crazy before you end typing the word/text you want to search for. It will continue even when you try to stop it. You go crazy too by clicking , but it will continue until whatever, then, it suddenly stop its search and goes back to the document.
Here, you must start all over again with the same frustration.
(2) The solution is to use other text writing tool for writing exactly what you want, then past in the word/text search.
(3) The difference between this ap and others is that you can copy something from outside sources and past it into your document. You will be able to find the text you already copied into it when you use the way I described for text searching. There are other apps that do not recognize texts you pasted into them from web pages or books.
But I am thankful for the work you’ve done..Version: 2.29
Only Good Because Everyone Else Uses ItThis version stinks! It *could* be incredible, thanks to some of the super-useful benefits of the iPad Pro—high quality touch screen, fast user interface, Apple Pencil, etc.
There are only a few real problems that I’ve experienced with Word. Unfortunately, those are deal-breakers!
Nearly every time I try to do “Review” mode (adding/editing comments; tracked changes; etc.), the app simply crashes. I have to restart the app and go to the last auto save (which fortunately is usually less than one minute of work). This sounds like a minor “first-world problem”...however, if you think about the app crashing 9 out of every 10 times you try to edit or add a comment—you essentially can’t use Word at all for document markup. At. All.
Considering that collaborating with others and marking up each others’ documents is most of what I need Word for, I am really in a bad place until Microsoft fixes these bugs.
Because of this I would NOT use Word—ever—except that Microsoft benefits from “Network Effects”. That’s the idea that the value of a product corresponds with the number of users. The fact that everyone I work with uses .doc and .docx, and those formats don’t currently open properly on other word processors, leaves me hamstrung to work with this app and its crashing every 2-3 minutes when “Review” mode is on..Version: 2.39
Custom Default TemplateOkay. So this needs to be addressed, as my iPad Pro is my computer that I use. I pay for 365, so there is no reason for Microsoft to make using Apple devices inconvenient. Why why why is it not possible to create your own templates or layouts? Every time I write a new paper, which is very frequent, I’m forced to adjust the settings to look as I want them. This is extremely frustrating, and there is now way to edit their default templates and layouts. I read on a forum that it was “by design” and the only purposeful design choice I can think of is so that they design it to be inconvenient. Next, why is it that sometimes words will always be marked as spelled incorrectly when they are not? This happens every once in in awhile and the only way to fix it is to start the paper over when it happens. Or just deal with there being dotted red lines all over the paper. Fix these things and it’ll be perfect..Version: 2.6
ConvenienceJust started enjoying the convenience of this app. Will find out more of its uses as I go along. Thanks!.Version: 2.5
Great appI use the app all day, always stable.
I need a search field though for my IPad app..Version: 2.5
I don’t like wordsWords scare me.Version: 2.35
This app is fabulousI can’t believe they are just giving this away. It’s so good. Templates are amazing. Colleagues say ‘Do you want to type notes on my computer?’ I say ‘You have no idea how good this Word app is Guy!’ Way to Go Microsoft. I love the app ❤️❤️❤️.Version: 2.24
Better use of the stylus?It would be very helpful if the stylus could be used to move the cursor into a precise position. I find the use of my finger very frustrating and time consuming.
Generally it's pretty good otherwise..Version: 2.5
Very Good, could be betterVery good for an iOS version but still missing several formatting features that would be “nice to have”. Hope to see continued expansion of this version ..Version: 2.5
Love love love!!!My computer broke so I wasn’t able to finish my homework until I downloaded this Word app on my iPad in which I was able to finish my homework. Highly recommend👍.Version: 2.23
RecommendGet this app!😋.Version: 2.20
Here’s a reviewYou want a review? Here’s a review. Everything I want to do on Word, I have to have a subscription to do. How useful is that? It’s not. Want to change from portrait to landscape? Oh, you need a subscription. Want to track changes? Oh, you need a subscription. Want to change colours? Oh, you need a subscription. What bloody use is this app for those who don’t want to shell out too much money for a subscription?.Version: 2.19
Definitely Helpful but...I love this app on my phone. I am a high school student and students in my board receive a free 365 personal account and I guess I like it because nothing is coming out of my pocket. Anyway, being able to type on my phone is useful for me because I travel often and having a word processor of this quality is amazing for my academics. I do have a request for the iPhone version, I cannot find out how to change text font. I can change font, Not the size. Otherwise, love word. I also use outlook and onenote. Very useful!.Version: 2.5
PratiqueLe Word sur iPad est très pratique. Mais je trouve qu'il devrait avoir plus d'options.Version: 2.6
Git gitWord..Version: 2.5
Great app straight forwardUser friendly great app no complaints..Version: 2.47
ThanksYou guys saved tiktok thanks.Version: 2.39
ReviewI am a senior without much technical savvy and today was my first time to use it. After writing a lengthy letter without too much difficulty. The one thing that took me a bit of time to figure out how to print it, but eventually figured it out. I don’t have much occasion to write letters etc but feel confident that I will be able to do it again, when necessary.
Thank you Word
Best Ever!I love creative writing and I use my iPad Pro like a laptop where I do all my work! I have written a full novel on my iPad with this app and it is so nice and easy to use! I love that it is synced across my devices and that I can continue my stories on my phone as well!.Version: 2.24
Word for iPhoneThis program is absolutely fantastic!
I can switch from writing my book on my pc to writing/dictating it on my cellphone while lying in bed. It even keeps my place when I switch via the cloud..Version: 2.24
Word mobile appThis free application is excellently structured, speedy and convenient for on the go use in all aspects and above all free to use. Microsoft did a great job bringing this to the smartphone user base further keeping this program relevant across platforms instead of just solely on the computer. 10/10 for myself and would recommend to others..Version: 2.23
WordEasy to use and once you have an account everything can be linked from different computers to your email..Version: 2.23
Great!I used it for school and it worked perfectly!.Version: 2.23
GreatMs word is the best app ever.Version: 2.22
I love it!This app has honestly changed my life, before I would have to get out my computer and start typing or get out my book and start writing, but with this app I can work on my homework any day, all day. This app is very helpful, it makes my life so much more easier. ❤️🙏.Version: 2.22
It’s good to write withI like word and all but I think it would be better if you could draw in it.Version: 2.22
Getting worse and worse but best app ever!This is one of the best apps I could find for writing stuff. But the thing is, they have recently removed IOS Fonts (sad) and also before you could see an example of the font and now it’s all blank! You couldn’t even see the name of the font!
Come on Microsoft! Do better!.Version: 2.21
Unnecessary PriceI am a Student who is trying to use my iPad as learning device... I don’t feel obliged to pay $8 a month so I can do my online courses. Ridiculous.Version: 2.20
I don’t know... made me think I needed to pay to use it turned out it just needed me to relog..Version: 2.21
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