Microsoft applications will dominate Android devices

Although you may not use Skype or Microsoft Office applications, a thick set of Microsoft applications will be on almost any device with Android.

Currently, nobody knows what happened to Microsoft consolidated its position so rapidly in the mobile applications market. In the past few years, their creations have become ubiquitous. You did not expect to find several Microsoft preinstalled on the Galaxy S6, for example, but that apparently was just the first step.

In a press release from the Redmond giant’s official, we are informed that no less than 74 companies producing Android terminal, which is impossible to know by heart, will include several Microsoft programs in future devices. Will be at the heart of the Office suite, Skype and Microsoft OneDrive.

In 2016, the list of names with the strongest resonance (Asus, LG, Samsung or Sony) was added and Acer, another entity with financial strength impressive.

Early last year, only 31 companies had signed similar partnerships with Microsoft. It is worth noting that under no circumstances do not mean that every device with Android you will see the same applications Satya Nadella led company. The list will vary depending on the partnership signed with each producer.

The most impressive component of the partnership between Microsoft and makers of Android is that while at first glance you may be tempted to think that filmmakers terminal platform Google a favor Redmond giant are the opposite.

In fact, everything related to Microsoft patents included in the Android OS, and that producers do not pay licensing fees for these technologies, you still prefer to deal with a bit of free space on your devices unwillingly. Long term, one thing is certain. Company officials will press the US continuously to see their dedicated mobile applications and online services anywhere.

Company officials will press the US continuously to see their dedicated mobile applications and online services anywhere.

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