Cyanogen and Microsoft have just made an interesting announcement, the two companies will be working together to bundle Microsoft apps and services on Cyanogen OS.
As part of this collaboration, Microsoft will create native integrations on Cyanogen OS, enabling a powerful new class of experiences.
Microsoft mentions that Bing, OneDrive, OneNote, Outlook, and Microsoft Office will be included in this deal. This comes after rumors that Microsoft would try to buy out Cyanogen which obviously has not happened.
We aspire to have our tools within arm’s reach of everyone, to empower them in all aspects of their lives. This partnership represents another important step towards that ambition,” said Peggy Johnson, Executive Vice President of Microsoft Corp. “We’ll continue to deliver world-class experiences across productivity and communications on Windows, and we’re delighted that Cyanogen users will soon be able to take advantage of those same powerful services.
It’s unknown how exactly this will take effect or when. But what are your thoughts on this partnetship? Let us know in the comments below.Source: Cyanogen