Well I'm sure everyone has been to one point where they wished they had Ms Word or powerpoint or excel or the ability to open pdfs.
What I'm testing right now are office productivity apps such as quickoffice products, documents to go and officesuite products suites. All of them can open and edit word, excel, powerpoint and open pdfs., access to cloud storage and are roughly $15 which isn't too bad.
I'm testing them all to see which one does what better.
So what are some office productivity apps, or general productivity apps that are good, whether it's free or paid.
The top three you have listed are really the best on the market. Documents To Go is my favorite, so far. Just like the interface and features.
[QUOTE=psp401.com;33079636]The top three you have listed are really the best on the market. Documents To Go is my favorite, so far. Just like the interface and features.[/QUOTE]
I agree, based on ratings alone, the three i've mentioned are the top three contenders for office productivity apps. On Android. So far, documents to go's, pdfs to go and quickoffice products is the best for viewing pdfs and both have word wrap, officesuite does not.. Officesuite has this arrow keys and zoom keys on the bottom of the screen, which I disliked. When I swipe to chance pages, it shakes. Quickoffice products can rotate pdfs. Only. Officesuite has fullscreen mode, which is nice.
For gui. officesuite has the most flashy looking guide but I like quickoffice because it just gets me to where I want to do better.
Polaris Office (comes free with all Samsung phones iirc) has worked great for me the few times I have decided to edit a document on my phone.
[QUOTE=demoguy08;33087627]Polaris Office (comes free with all Samsung phones iirc) has worked great for me the few times I have decided to edit a document on my phone.[/QUOTE]
I have it on my LG too. It's cool, but it doesn't open MSOffice or OpenDocument files AFAIK.
Yup, it does open MSOffice files, full editing capability (tested with docx, ppt, excel). Not OpenDocument though.
Just use msword format, all the way.
I've always wondered, does anyone know what Google Docs is like as an alternative to having to use word docs?
Im laughing so much on thos, i am unable to upload an edited version of an excel doc. It's originally on google docs, i integrated google docs to all three of the office apps i said previously. When i edit something and attempt to save, there's an error that the format is not supported, lol. I wonddr what's wrong, going to test this with word docs. Btw i kept the oroginal file extension, etc.
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Does anyone know of an office app with spell check build in?
When I have the need to edit a document on the tablet I use Polaris Office. Although it is somewhat irksome that I can't hit the enter key on my Transformer to shift down a cell.
Lately I've been using Supernote to take notes in more than anything else, being able to quickly draw a diagram is really helpful.
update: okay so far OfficeSuite 5 has been less of an annoying piece of app than the rest. The GUI overall looks better and is more useful, and it has an actual fullscreen mode. It's just that QuickOffice Pro has way fore cloud storage options than the other two. And has an actual page view which doesn't really work all the time. The PDF viewing is better on QuickOffice Pro but I'd rather use ezPDF Reader instead.
In general conclusion, on recent updates, OfficeSuite 5 is climbing closer and closer to the better office productivity app.
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