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San Francisco, California (CNN) After years of speculation, Microsoft Office is finally on the iPad.
New CEO Satya Nadella unveiled the new software Thursday.
It includes apps such as Office and Excel, which has been optimized for use with touch screens and fingers.
You can download Office for iPad in the iTunes App Store for free.
But those wanting to create and edit content will have to purchase an Office 365 subscription, starting at 70 dollars a year.