Microsoft's flagship products now have a unified interface across all iOS devices, and most creating and editing features are available without an Office 365 subscription.
Microsoft's most recent update offers free editing for all, adds Dropbox integration, and now includes an app for your iPhone that you can use to create and edit documents.
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This latest update syncs your work between your iPhone and iPad and lets anyone create or edit documents — no Office 365 account required.
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