Microsoft is considering whether or not to launch its Office productivity suite on Apple's new Mac App Store, the company has revealed.
According to All Things Digital, Microsoft’s Amanda Lefebvre said that the company was thinking over the prospects of releasing Office apps on the newly launched Mac App Store.
“It’s something we are looking at. It’s something we haven’t ruled out. We just have to see how that relates to our business,” she said in a statement.
But the company said that Office for Mac is available in lots of places, as well as on the Internet.
Meanwhile, Microsoft recently launched an iPhone version of its OneNote note taking application, indicating that other Office offerings might soon make their way to the iTunes App Store.
Apple, on the other hand, already offers its iWork suite, an alternative to Microsoft Office, on the Mac App Store. iWork offerings on the Mac App Store include Pages, keynote and Numbers, and the suite has already met instant success