Washington, March 30 ANI | 4 months ago

Microsoft has reportedly said that it will soon add printing functions to its Office version for iPads.


A company representative said that Microsoft will absolutely continue to update the app on a regular basis.

According to PC World, Apple's iPad lacked a native print function for about a year after its introduction in 2009, arriving in the fall of 2010 with iOS 4.2, while AirPrint, which connects the iPad wirelessly, only works with a subset of printers that can connect wirelessly to the Internet and support the protocol.

Microsoft issued a statement saying that it will continue to update the applications based on customer feedback and needs, adding that similar to other Microsoft apps and the Office 365 service, it provided feature updates based on an ongoing basis.

(Posted on 30-03-2014)