Microsoft has announced that Outlook has come to iOS and a preview build has released on Android as of today. But also, Android users can now get Office on their device as well.
A number of Office apps and features have been specifically designed and built for the Android platform, for example Word, Excel and PowerPoint apps have been designed for touch and within each app Microsoft has prioritised the most important features for mobile or tablet scenarios.
Consumers, with an eligible Office 365 subscription, will also have access to full editing features and OneDrive or DropBox storage. Commercial Office 365 subscribers will also have the ability to save their documents to commercial storage (OneDrive for Business, DropBox for Business and SharePoint), use enterprise-grade security, IT management tools like MDM for Office 365, and the latest business features and functionality, including commercial use rights. All other users will be able to create and print documents and perform core editing functions free of charge.