List of Microsoft’s iOS apps that support iPhone X

“Apple’s shiny new iPhone X has a couple of defining features that require specific support from app developers: The “notch” at the top of the display and Face I,” Richard Devine reports for iMore.

“Updating apps takes time, even for big developers like Microsoft. Right now if you’re using the iPhone X, you’ll have a mix of apps that look awesome and support the phone properly,” Devine reports. “Then there are the apps that are letterboxed as if they’re on one of the ‘normal’ iPhones.”

“This list doesn’t include all of Microsoft apps, and there are some you’ll notice missing,” Devine reports. “But that’ll change eventually, and as apps are given support we’ll keep this list updated.”

See the list of Microsoft’s iOS apps that currently support Apple’s iPhone X here.

MacDailyNews Take: The number of iOS apps that are adding iPhone X support – 20 and counting even from Mediocresoft – seems to be picking up steam with each passing day!


  1. So… people don’t want annual subscriptions, and that’s what’s required to get Microsoft on an iOS device or any other tablet. It’s a dealbreaker for most people.

    1. That’s not accurate. Without an Office 365 subscription, you can use Office on an iPhone, iPad or iPad Pro for free (with limitations). On an iPad or iPhone, those limitations are solely the “premium” features (unlikely to want to do these on those devices anyway). On the iPad Pro you need a license to create or edit documents (but can still view them). See:

      I’m not a fan of subscriptions, but considering a Home subscription of Office 365 includes a 5-user license, mobile use for iOS/Android, 1TB of OneDrive cloud storage per user, and 1 hour per user of Skype each month all for $85 a year, I can’t really complain… especially since they still offer a non-subscription version as well.

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