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Microsoft's supercharged presentation app arrives on iOS

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Last year, Microsoft expanded its Office 365 productivity suite with Sway, a service that gave users a simple way to create and publish content on the internet. The only caveat was you could only use it via a web app. As of today, however, those of you with an iPhone or iPad can start using Sway to build, edit and share a bunch of content -- including, but not limited to, interactive reports, presentations and personal stories. It's all free too, so there's no need to worry about having an Office 365 subscription. Microsoft also revealed Sway for Windows 10 will be coming this summer, around the time its new operating system launches across the world.

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