By Kate Bennett, CBS News’ Kate Bennett in Washington, D.C.
Microsoft is rolling out an Excel version of the business-focused app for the iPhone and iPad, dubbed the Business Suite, for the first time.
Microsoft has also announced the launch of an Excel suite for Android, as well.
The company is still not releasing details about the new versions.
The new app is part of Microsoft’s push into the business world, as it works to make its business software easier to use for anyone.
Microsoft has been selling business software for decades, and its business suite has become increasingly popular.
Business suites are often the most common way to connect with customers or find help from corporate users, according to a 2014 report from research firm IDC.
The apps for iPhone and Android will be free for a limited time.
Microsoft said in a statement that the app will be available in select markets for free on March 21, and then it will cost $9.99 to use it.
It is also launching an iPhone version of its Business Suite app that is the only one that works on Android.
Apple has also been releasing a new version of Business Suite called Business Insider, which has a redesigned look.
It is available for iPhone only.
Business Insider also features a “Business” section where customers can see what services they can get, how to get paid, and find out what products are on sale.