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commentary Microsoft's much-rumored Office app for iOS and Android may not pop up until later next year. But CloudOn's Office app fills the bill quite nicely.
The latest update to CloudOn's iOS app now works with the iPhone and iPod Touch and lets you store your documents on Microsoft's SkyDrive.
Create and edit Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files stored on your Google Drive, Dropbox, or Box account in mobile versions of the Big Three Office apps.
Version 2.0 of the app kicks in a viewer for Adobe PDFs, lets you store documents on Box, and allows you to e-mail files as attachments.
After being removed from Apple's App Store last week, CloudOn, which lets you create MS Office documents in the cloud, is back for iPad users.
Newest release of open source suite comes as LibreOffice now claims 80 million active users around the world.
The latest version of the app adds support for OneDrive, so you can now view and edit any documents housed on Microsoft's cloud-based service.
Dropbox wants to replace your hard drive, and its first step is making it easier to find and save files without touching your file system.
With Dropbox Platform, announced at its first developer conference Tuesday, the company continues the build-out of its own cloud ecosystem.
Haiku Deck lets you tell your story in pictures rather than text-laden slides. It's easy to share your iPad presentations and export them to PowerPoint and Keynote.