Thanks for the heads up!
” I haven’t tried the app before but it looks like something I’ve been wanting and I thought I would spread the word.”
Try it and let us know how it compares to Polaris Office.
I look on the site everyday to see what is “app of the day”, today was not that day. So thanks for posting.
Spreadsheets on my Droid-X are a real bitch to create.
Last time something was suggested ‘free from amazon’ on here, asmazon demanded that I do a complete registration, with all information, before i get whatever it was they were handing out.
An office suite for a smartphone? I don’t see the benefit in that, with the limitations of smartphone plan gigabytes.
A smartphone may have fancy gigawhoseits, but it’s still just a phone, not a laptop or a desktop computer. Oh, and for the record, an electronic ‘pad’ ain’t a laptop, either. It MIGHT be a phone, but for me, it’s got the same allure of a crack whore.
Microsoft Excel on my telephone? Why not, the rotary dial has all the numbers. What else will they think about?
didn’t know there was anythign like this available for Nook and sure enough there is but, it’s a paid version.
If they can offer this, then the Nook becomes more than a brick most of thyme.
Just called B&N and they say they do offer “Free Friday” and there may very well be a version they offer on this as a response.
I see from the comments on the product page that the suite will work offline: “I put the phone in airplane mode and all works fine. “
I have Polaris, OfficeSuite and Docs To Go, but I really like the rendering of Google’s QuickOffice.