Cloud storage provider Box has announced a new set of integrations with Microsoft Office. This includes some new capabilities for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint for iPhone and iPad that make editing documents from Box much easier.
On Microsoft's Office apps for iPhone and iPad, Box can now be chosen as a default storage service, letting you more easily access all of your Box files for editing on the go. There's also deeper integration between Box's iPhone and iPad app and the Microsoft Office apps. Inside the Box app, you can open Office files into their corresponding Microsoft app, edit them, and the changes will automatically be saved right back to Box.
These features are now available in Box for iPhone and iPad, along with the Office mobile apps, and no new update is required.
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