Microsoft is launching its first Windows 10 desktop app for Mac today, with the new Microsoft Office for Mac (MOGO).
MOGO offers a suite of new features and apps, such as a brand new calendar, video chat, and document editing tools, which is part of the Office for macOS update.
MOGOS offers a range of Office apps for both the desktop and mobile versions of the software, but there are only four available right now: Office for Desktop, Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
The Mac app is currently only available in a preview state.
While MOGOs desktop app is still in the beta stage, it’s a welcome change.
The app was initially announced in June of last year and has already been downloaded more than 100,000 times.
That’s an impressive figure considering the app was only available for a brief period of time.
Moga for Mac will be released this fall for $159.99.
The full version of the app will cost $199, but the $149.99 version will only be available for “limited time” until November 1, 2018.
Microsoft also has a desktop version of its Windows 10 mobile app, which has been available for some time, but it’s only available on Windows 10 Pro, which currently costs $599.
The Microsoft Office mobile app is also currently available on iOS and Android.
Microsoft is also offering a limited edition of MOGo for Mac in the form of a limited-edition MacBook Air and a “limited-edition” iMac with a Core i7 processor.
The iMac is a much more powerful processor than the MacBook Air, and the Mac version of Moga includes support for Thunderbolt 3, HDMI, and DisplayPort connections.
Microsoft has not yet announced pricing for the Mac app, but we expect it to launch at some point this fall.
The Windows 10 Mobile app will launch in a few months for $29.99, but Microsoft has said it will eventually price the Mac application at $149 or $199 as well.
The Office for Mobile apps for iOS and Windows 10 apps are available for free on the App Store, but those apps are limited in terms of functionality.
We’ve reviewed both the Mac and Windows apps and found them to be useful for both professionals and students, but for users who do not want to spend a lot of money, there are other options for Mac users.
Microsoft’s Windows 10 for Mac app will work with Macs running OS X Mavericks, Yosemite, or El Capitan.