How to download Office 365 Free for Mac

Looking for a way to get Office 365 free on Mac? Do you want to download Office 365 for free on your Mac? Here’s everything you need to know about Office 365 free Mac download

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More and more users contact me asking if you can have Office 365 free on Mac.  As always, since I can not respond individually to all users, I decided to publish a dedicated article in which we will see what Office 365 is and above all how to get it free on Mac. 

So we do not waste time and immediately enter the living.

Office 365 free download Mac

If you want to download Office 365 free for your Mac, you can do it directly from Microsoft’s servers. Maybe you do not know it, but Microsoft allows anyone to download their document management software for free in just a few clicks.

In particular, to download Office 365 free for Mac you just need:

  • Go HERE
  • choose the program you want to download
  • start the download

As you can see, the list of programs that you can download for free for Mac is really long. To give you some examples, I tell you that you will have the possibility to download:

  • Office 365
  • Office 365 Business Pro
  • Office 2019
  • Office 2016
  • Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook 365/2019 Standalone Installer
  • Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook 2016 Standalone Installer

In short, at your disposal, you will have all the Microsoft software dedicated to the office and the business and you can download them in one click directly on your Mac.

All very simple and fast.

Office 365 Crack

Now that you have downloaded Office 365 for Mac for free, there is only one problem: you have to activate it by paying the regular monthly license.

The Office 365 program that you downloaded, in fact, requires activation and this must necessarily be done for a fee, buying a regular Office 365 license (by subscription that costs about 10 USD per month ).

If you want to activate Office 365 regularly,  HERE you can find more information about Office 365 activation and subscription costs.

Another working way to activate Office 365 for free is obviously represented by the crack. This second method, free, however, is illegal, therefore, DISCONNECT to do so and above all you must do it at your own risk, assuming all the responsibilities of the case. Learn more about O365 Migration Services and SharePoint Online Tenant to Tenant Migration.

If you really want the crack for Office 365, you can find it HERE:  scroll the page to the end, go up to the two orange / blue boxes, click on one of the two and start the download of the crack to activate Office 365.

Once you ‘ve downloaded the Office 365 crack , start it on your Mac and follow the simple steps to activate an Office 365 license. 

All very simple, fast and immediate, within reach even for less experienced users. And here in a few moments you managed to get a working license for Office 365 on Mac. 

What is Office 365?

If you need more details and information on  Office 365 , here are some answers that might be useful.

You must know that this subscription service not only gives the right to use all the applications of the Office package on Windows and MacOS, but also offers additional services such as OneDrive, Skype and allows you to unlock some exclusive features of the Office app for Android and iOS.

Here are the Office 365 plans currently available:

  • Office 365 Personal  – costs  7 USD/month  and offers the possibility to use the suite applications on a Windows PC or Mac, unlocks the advanced features of Office apps on a smartphone and a tablet, includes 1TB of storage space files on OneDrive (the Microsoft cloud storage service) and offers 60 minutes of talk time per month on Skype.
  • Office 365 Home  – costs  10 USD/month  and includes the use of Office on 5 PCs or Macs, the unlocking of advanced Office mobile features on 5 smartphones and 5 tablets, 1TB of space on OneDrive and 60 minutes of talk per month on Skype.


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