Microsoft will sell a new tool that can help consumers calculate the price of all their goods and services, the company announced today.
The new product, called the Microsoft Calculator App, will be available for free to customers of Amazon, Google Play, Apple and other cloud-based online retailers.
The app will let them calculate the cost of all items on their shopping list, and will allow them to quickly compare products with similar prices.
The Microsoft Calculator app is an extension of Microsoft’s own online calculator software, Microsoft Excel.
The calculator app will be free for consumers, and the Microsoft Office app will cost $20 per year, according to a Microsoft press release.
Microsoft will charge $9 per year for its Office suite, but will offer the calculator app free of charge.
Microsoft announced today that it is releasing the calculator application for free for a limited time.
The software will be offered in both Office 365 and OneDrive for Business, Microsoft said.
The calculator app and Office 365 will also be available to employees of Microsoft.
Microsoft is also offering the Microsoft Excel and Microsoft PowerPoint apps free for an extended period.
Microsoft also announced that it will launch a new Microsoft Office 365 service in the next few months.
The new service, called Microsoft OneDrive, will offer a single cloud storage platform that will allow customers to access and store documents and images across a variety of Microsoft products.
Microsoft OneDrive is also available for download through the Windows Store.
Microsoft will offer an array of other software tools and services for Microsoft employees and customers in the future, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said in a statement.
The company will also roll out new cloud services that help customers access, organize, and share files.
Microsoft plans to release the Microsoft OneNote and Microsoft Excel app for free on the App Store and Google Play in the coming weeks, Nadell said.