The Document Foundation has released a new version of its open source office suite called LibreOffice 5.3.3. The latest version is designed to improve interoperability with Microsoft Office.
The latest LibreOffice update includes over 70 new patches. Most of the reported bugs by users have been fixed in this update. Further, the new version comes along with an update related to the Sifr monochrome icon set that has been internally developed by the Document Foundation.
LibreOffice 5.3.3 brings the latest experience across Linux, Windows and MacOS. You can download its presence from the official LibreOffice site.
It is worth noting that many users have already shifted from Microsoft Office to LibreOffice in recent years. So considering that significant share of adopters from Microsoft Office, the mix of improved interoperability as well as all the new features will be a great addition for all such users.