Chromebooks are seamlessly integrated into Google’s ecosystem, and that includes the Office suite of apps connected to Google Drive. They’re good, all of them, but they’re not Microsoft Office, especially if you have access to a Microsoft 365 subscription.
Chromebooks are also increasingly popular in education and enterprise, and with a lot more remote work and schooling happening today than ever before, being able to use Microsoft Office on a Chromebook is a must for some. Fortunately, you can do just that.
Microsoft Office Android apps on a Chromebook
Source: Android Central
Android tablets are, to this day, still disappointing compared to the iPad, but there are still some very good apps that have been optimized for the larger form factor. The Microsoft Office apps are one of the best examples of this, and thanks to Google’s support of Android apps in Chrome OS, you can use them on a Chromebook, too.