Microsoft announced this morning the general availability of its “digital storytelling” app called Sway, the latest addition to the Microsoft Office suite. The app, which was first introduced 10 months ago, allows users to create, share and collaborate on interactive presentations that combine text, images, videos and other media. The app is rolling out now to all Office 365 for business and education customers worldwide, as well as to consumers who can use it with a free Microsoft account via Sway.com.
A Windows 10 version is also being made available, says Microsoft, and Sway has been updated with a new layout and publishing capabilities.
With Sway, Microsoft is attempting to create an Office app that makes sense in the digital and mobile age. As a web application, Sway lets users pull in both local data along with content from online services like Bing, OneDrive, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, SoundCloud, Vine…
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