After months of beta testing, Microsoft is officially launching Office 2010 today. And as part of that announcement, Microosft is adding Office Mobile 2010 to the Windows Phone marketplace.

You’ll need a Windows Mobile 6.5 phone in order to download the free update. The new version adds support for Microsoft SharePoint 2010, a tool that lets you control PowerPoint presentations using your phone via a Bluetooth connection, and a bunch of improvements.

Office Mobile 2010 also has an improved touch-friendly interface, and support for OneNote synchronization with OneNote 2010 on the desktop. Outlook Mobile 2010 also adds support for conversation views in your email. And you can now copy and paste content from one Office application to another. This makes it easy, for instance, to copy text from an email into a spreadsheet or Word doc.

Brad Linder

Brad Linder is editor of Liliputing and Mobiputing. He's been tinkering with mobile tech for decades and writing about it since...