Microsoft Planner app is now available for download in the Google play store and Apple App store.

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Microsoft Planner has been accessible for some time now on the web, with users asking Microsoft for an app version for their mobile phone. This app is now available on the Google Play store for Android Phones, and Apple app store for iPhones. In as much as it could not be easier to update and manage tasks, users of planner have asked Microsoft in bring the task app to their mobile devices.


Although there are several problems with the current version of the app that is currently available. According to Microsoft the ability to create new plans on the mobile device will be added in a months’ time, but preexisting ones will still be there to organize and make changes to them. More so, Push notifications are also missing, but for someone who is accustomed to Planer will find this app convenient. Also in other to use the app you must have one of the following subscriptions: Education, Business Essentials, Business Premium, and Office 365 Enterprise.  

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