Compare how different mobile devices work with Office 365

Here’s a quick way to see how you can use Office 365 on a variety of phones and tablets.

If you’re looking for information about how to set up a specific phone or tablet, use the following topics:

Area Task Surface with Windows RT Windows Phone iPhone, iPad Android1 phones

BlackBerry®

using BlackBerry® Business Cloud Services2

Nokia (Symbian OS)
Email Use Outlook Web App to read mail Yes Yes Yes Light version Light version Light version
Use Outlook Web App for iPhone or Outlook Web App for iPad No No Yes No No No
Use POP or IMAP email Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Use Exchange ActiveSync Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes
Search global address list Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Sync calendar and contacts Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Remote wipe Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Admin PIN reset No No No No No No
Collaborate Use Office Online in Office 365 Edit View-only in browser. Edit in Office Mobile View-only on iPhone. Edit on iPad View-only View-only View-only
Use OneNote to view and edit notebooks Yes

Yes

Yes Yes No No
Use Office on mobile devices (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) No Yes Yes (for iPhone only) Yes No No
View documents in OneDrive for Business Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Use features that require ActiveX Controls No No No No No No
Communicate Use Lync 2013 for mobile devices3 Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes. Install Lync 2010 for Nokia3
Set and view presence Yes Yes4 Yes4 Yes4 No Yes4
Support for push notifications Yes Yes Yes not applicable5 No not applicable5
Use Lync (Lync: An Office program that provides instant messaging, a contact list, audio and video conversations, online meetings, desktop sharing, and more.) to view and search the contacts list and the global address list Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes
Start and accept IM conversations Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes
Send location in an IM No No Yes Yes No Yes
Manage call forwarding Yes Yes Yes No No Yes
Handle someone else’s calls if configured as a delegate Yes Yes Yes No No Yes
Join a Lync (Lync: An Office program that provides instant messaging, a contact list, audio and video conversations, online meetings, desktop sharing, and more.) Meeting Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes
Administer Office 365 Administer Office 365 No6 No6 No6 No6 No6 No6

1 Android tablets are not supported.

2 BlackBerry Business Cloud Services is available only with Office 365 Enterprise.

3 For detailed information about Lync (Lync: An Office program that provides instant messaging, a contact list, audio and video conversations, online meetings, desktop sharing, and more.) support in mobile clients, see Microsoft Lync 2013 for Mobile Clients.

4 Lync (Lync: An Office program that provides instant messaging, a contact list, audio and video conversations, online meetings, desktop sharing, and more.) mobile clients don’t update a user’s presence based on the user’s free/busy calendar information:

5 Lync (Lync: An Office program that provides instant messaging, a contact list, audio and video conversations, online meetings, desktop sharing, and more.) runs in the background on the device, so push notifications aren’t required.

6 You can use the admin centers and Office 365 portal from a mobile device, but the experience isn’t optimized for touch and small screens; some features may not be available.

 
 
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