UPDATE: Frank Shaw, a Microsoft representative from the US, has denied the allegations made by Petr Bobek (see below) in a tweet saying, “the information shared by our Czech Republic subsidiary is not accurate. We have nothing further to share.”
Today at a press club event in the Czech Republic, Microsoft’s product manager, Petr Bobek, inadvertently revealed Microsoft’s plans for a mobile version of its Office suite to Czech site IHNED.
This comes after much debate as to whether Microsoft is serious about making products for the mobile market. Such allegations have been swiftly denied by Microsoft in the past.
A press release was also obtained by The Verge, revealing what many were saying all along:
In addition to Windows, Office will be also available on other operating systems, Windows Phone, Windows RT, Mac OS, Android, iOS and Symbian.
[...] Office 365 services and other Office products for mobile (phones and tablets) will be released from March 2013.
A spokesperson for Microsoft reassured The Verge that Microsoft is planning on supporting all mobile platforms for its mobile Office suite.