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Image gallery: Quickoffice document creation and editing on Google Android devices

Quickoffice has been providing the viewer software on Google Android devices for some time and now has released their full editing and document creation application for Android 2.x devices. The software is the first to also offer cloud storage access capability while the editing features are still fairly basic.
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Quickoffice has been providing the viewer software on Google Android devices for some time and now has released their full editing and document creation application for Android 2.x devices. The software is the first to also offer cloud storage access capability while the editing features are still fairly basic.

See full story and video in Matthew Miller's Smartphones and Cell Phones blog.

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Here is the list of remote accounts you can setup to access via Quickoffice.

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One of the major benefits of the new Quickoffice is the ability to access documents stored on various online servers, such as Google Docs and Dropbox.

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The Quickword module lets you edit and create Word documents and as you can see the menu options are fairly minimal.

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Quickoffice has a few basic formatting options in Quickword that may satisfy basic mobile needs, but won't win any prizes for Office on the go.

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This is the secondary menu in Quickword found by tapping More.

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Excel documents work well in landscape orientation on large screen devices like the EVO 4G.

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There are some basic cell formatting options in Quicksheet that are best accessed by tapping and holding on the workbook.

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The PDF viewer in Quickoffice is the most functional one I have found on Google Android devices so far and I recommend you check it out.

See full story and video in Matthew Miller's Smartphones and Cell Phones blog.

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