Microsoft’s Office Lens, Word and Skype, are three of Google’s Best of 2015 apps.

It’s no secret by now that Microsoft has their own apps on rival platforms like iOS and Android. Google has actually named Microsoft’s Office Lens as one of their Best of 2015 apps, along with Microsoft Word. Glad to see at least two of Microsoft’s apps receiving praise from Google.Office Lens, for those that did not know, is an app that allows you to trim, enhance, and make pictures of whiteboards and documents into a readable format and saves them to OneNote.

 

Office Lens can convert images to PDF, Word, and even PowerPoint.At the time of this story, Office Lens has had over 70,000 reviews and has an average rating of 4.5. There are over a million installs of Office Lens on Android devices.  Full Story at Source: Microsoft’s Office Lens, Word, and Skype are three of Google’s Best of 2015 apps – WinBeta


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Tony Holowitz is a computer software and technology teacher who instructs businesses and individuals to help them become more effective with technology. His specialty is Act software by Swiftpage and he is an Act Certified Consultant (ACC). Tony believes that most people only use about 20% of what software has to offer and, in his opinion, that 20% is typically enough to be fully effective in a work setting. His goal is to help you get really good with that 20%.

 

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