Quickoffice for iPhone arrives in the App Store

Quickoffice for iPhone arrives in the App Store

Summary: I had a chance to sit down with the Quickoffice folks at CTIA and was extremely impressed with the application. Since you can never tell when applications will appear in the App Store I have been checking it every day and searching for Quickoffice. I was pleased to finally see it appear in the App Store (iTunes link) and immediately purchased it and installed it on my iPhone 3G. I will have a walk through video and review with several screenshots up as soon as I get a chance to spend more time with the application, but wanted to let you all know about it now so you could try it out too.

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I had a chance to sit down with the Quickoffice folks at CTIA and was extremely impressed with the application. Since you can never tell when applications will appear in the App Store I have been checking it every day and searching for Quickoffice. I was pleased to finally see it appear in the App Store (iTunes link) and immediately purchased it and installed it on my iPhone 3G. I will have a walk through video and review with several screenshots up as soon as I get a chance to spend more time with the application, but wanted to let you all know about it now so you could try it out too.

If you have any specific function you want me to try out and write about, feel free to leave a comment in the TalkBack section and I will try to add it to my review too.

Topics: Mobility, Hardware, iPhone

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  • running MS Office on your iPhone

    It's possible to run MS Office on your iPhone if you have an XP Pro machine lying around ( or use parallels virtual machine ) with the help of 2 software:- Mochasoft and ThinServer

    http://mochasoft.dk/iphone_rdp.htm
    http://www.aikotech.com/thinserver.htm
    ThinkFairer