Microsoft seeks to expand the reach of the operating system Android

Microsoft today announced the past 23/3 establish partnerships with Samsung and other manufacturers to install its services, including Word and Skype, on devices running Android OS rival Google.

The move is part of efforts to promote the application of Microsoft software in the context of developing devices for the Windows operating system lags behind the market, while providing services to consumers use and business use of Apple hardware and operating system Android.

Microsoft said it is expanding into an agreement with Samsung - already agreed on previously installed Microsoft services on high-end smartphone from Samsung - including some tablets.

This agreement will provide Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, OneDrive and Skype on "Samsung Android tablet of choice."

"The collaboration with Samsung is a symbol of our efforts to bring the best service productivity by Microsoft to everyone, on any device, so everyone can work at any where, how and whenever they want, "Peggy Johnson, executive vice president of business development at Microsoft.

In another statement, Johnson said 10 other hardware manufacturers will also install Microsoft services on their Android devices.

These firms include firms such as Dell, based in the US, Germany TREKSTOR, JP Sa Couto of Portugal, Datamatic of Italy, DEXP of Russia, Hipstreet of Canada, Qmobile Pakistan, Tecno Africa, and Casper Turkey, and Pegatron - a company based in Taiwan specializing in equipment for other brands.

"The original equipment manufacturers are very important because they expand services for this ecosystem Microsoft (Windows)," Mr. Johnson said.

"In particular, they help to achieve a large number of other manufacturers equipment, leading to more choices for customers all over the world. And for Microsoft, which is part of the vision 'the first mobile phone, the first cloud' party"