Microsoft now offers its Microsoft Office Mobile App for iOS
. The service previously demanded an Office 365 subscription for creating and editing content, but has now dropped that requirement
. They first offered a basic version of the app without subscription requirements in April (but did not allow editing or creating of documents), and the app will now also link with Dropbox for cloud-storage capabilities. Click here
for more info.
Note that some advanced features require an Office 365 subscription.