Microsoft has removed its Office Lens app from the Microsoft Store, the company’s free document scanning tool for Windows 10. The app no longer supports certain cloud-based features, and users won’t be able to save their pictures to cloud services including OneDrive, and OneNote.
After previous reports revealed that Microsoft was apparently pushing the installation of Office PWAs to the PCs of some Windows Insiders, it appears that the company has also been doing the same with some Windows 10 users.
If Apple announced the public release of iOS 14 earlier this week, Microsoft is keen to provide details about its suite of Office apps that are fully prepared for the new software update. Here's a look at everything you need to know about all the changes introduced in the latest update.