Following its arrival for iPhone users last month, Microsoft has now released its Office Mobile productivity suite on Android.
That's right – the world's best known office software is finally available on the world's leading mobile platform.
Microsoft says Office Mobile is now available immediately via Google Play for Android users, and appears to be much the same as the iOS offering, giving you a limited feature set from the full desktop versions of Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Unfortunately, as with the iOS version Office Mobile on Android is for smartphones only, with no version optimised for tablet. Microsoft suggests tablets users should use Office Web Apps instead.
You also require an Office 365 subscription, which costs either £8 a month or £80 per year. In other words, if you're signing up just to use Office Mobile on Android... well, you're an idiot quite frankly.
If not, though, Office Mobile has proved a well-liked office suite on Windows Phone and (though it's early days) iOS, and should prove equally so on Android.
You'll need to be running Android 4.0 or newer to run it, but even with the vagaries of Android fragmentation that shouldn't leave too many out in the cold these days.