Image Gallery: Quickoffice brings Office document support to the iPhone

Image Gallery: Quickoffice brings Office document support to the iPhone

Summary: Quickoffice has been around for years and is the default Office suite found on Nokia S60 devices. They too this expertise and created a functional iPhone client. The current version does has a few issues that should be fixed with a future update, but it is worth the $20 if you need to work with Office documents on your iPhone device. They now have clients for Palm, BlackBerry, and Android devices too.

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  • As files are transferred to your iPhone their status will appear on the display.

  • You can access your files wirelessly and also create public folders to put documents up on.

  • The tools page is accessed from the main display.

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Topics: Microsoft, Collaboration, iPhone, Mobility, Software

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  • Looks nice but....

    Unfortunately I receive approximately 80% of the documents I need to update via email. And I am on the road....

    So, unless they come up with a way to allow me to do this to email attachments, Quickoffice is just so much eye candy.

    rhonin
  • Thanks, but no thanks.

    I'll stick to using Office on my VAIO laptop.
    JUKE179r