Visio will be available on Android and Windows 10 phones in the near future

Khushaar Tanveer avatar. By: Khushaar Tanveer
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On the 25th of August, Microsoft released a preview version of Visio for iPad and earlier this month, it released a Preview program to access Visio diagrams. But it didn’t end there: Microsoft is still trying to make their platform better and better with its latest Visio release for Android and Windows Phone or Windows 10 UWP.

While there are no details regarding Visio’s release, we do know the features of the upcoming app will be aligned with the iOS version of the app which we have no complaints about. Microsoft has mentioned that Visio is “on the roadmap”, lending credence to the idea that it will be released soon.

However, if the take a look at the roadmap, we’ll clearly see that it extends over  a 2 year period. This could also mean that the final version of Visio for Android and Windows 10 Mobile may be available in two years’ time.

Visio is an app mostly used for diagrams and charts. Despite its utility, it’s not a very popular app, and many users don’t even know it exists. Visio simplifies complex information through simple, easy-to-understand diagrams, and it a very useful tool for business professionals.

Speaking of Visio, the online version of the tool doesn’t require users to  install the app. All you need to do is upload a .vsdx file to the cloud, OneDrive for Business or SharePoint Online. Then all users can access the file on their browsers without installing Visio on their computers.

Leave us a comment below and tell us what you expect from the upcoming app.



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