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Batavian
May 12, 2012, 09:41 AM
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/smart-office-2/id504520620?mt=8

View, create, edit and share Microsoft Office documents on your iPhone or iPad.

Smart Office makes creating, editing and sharing Microsoft Office and other documents on the move even easier through a contextual interface, drag and drop editing and sharing to email in original or PDF format and sharing to Dropbox or Google Docs.

PRINTING included! No need to buy a separate Printer app. You can print to thousands of wireless printers from 34 manufacturers including HP, Epson, Canon and Samsung.

CLOUD FILE ACCESS! Download your files directly from Dropbox and Google Docs.

Manage files using Picsel’s Visual Explorer file manager. See thumbnails of your document in the Timeline view and helpful information in Document Info View. The Smart Office 2 Dashboard is your new hub for mobile office activity.

Our benchmark viewing technology means you can view Adobe PDF, image files, plain text and other standard applications, without losing important content.

Load email attachments, edit and send back while you’re out of the office or in a meeting. Create new documents from scratch. SmartOffice is the only office application that allows you to create documents using a FREE set of preloaded templates.

Smart Office is intelligent, it adapts to your device with UI included in the application developed to know whether you are using a Tablet or Smartphone.

--- Features ---
★ View and edit major office documents.
★ Edit text directly in your document.
★ Export to PDF.
★ Print to thousands of wireless printers.
★ Choose fonts, colours, alignment, formatting, move images, and more.
★ Unique Document Info View.
★ Visually appealing Timeline View
★ Send and receive email attachments.
★ Create and delete files in storage.
★ Recalculate spreadsheets and update charts with new formulae.
★ Zoom to any size from multiple-pages-on-screen, to huge.
★ Slide show presentation.
★ Cut and paste selections to the special scrap book and system clipboard.
★ Undo mistakes easily.
★ Reflow pages to fit screen or use full page layout.
★ Tablet user interface with easy dialogues.
★ Phone UI, with multi-touch or single touch gestures.
★ World’s first stereo 3D document viewing.
★ High performance loading and zooming.
★ Search for text, and follow hypertext links.
★ Navigate easily to any page with convenient gestures.
★ Dropbox file sharing to cloud storage.
★ Google Docs file sharing for some files, beta
★ Create new documents from optional templates.
★ File browsing is convenient and fast.
★ Save correctly in original format without losing data.

--- File formats ---
★ Microsoft Office: all versions since 1997:
★ Word, PowerPoint and Excel 97, 2000, XP, 2003, 2007, 2010, doc, docx, xls, xlsx, ppt, pptx (viewing and editing);
★ Adobe Acrobat PDF Viewer, PDF Reader, Save as PDF;
★ JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP images (viewing);
★ Vector WMF and EMF diagrams (viewing).
★ Print to Epson, HP, Xerox, Ricoh, Lexmark, Canon, Konica, Sharp, Oki, IBM, Toshiba, Samsung, Brother, Dell and many other wireless printers supporting HP PCL3GUI, PCL6, PCL5, Epson ESC/P-R, Samsung SPL.

--- Languages ---
Application localised for:
Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Japanese, French, German, Italian, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Turkish.
View documents in the following languages: Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Slovak, Spanish Swedish, Turkish and Ukrainian. Korean is supported on iOS 5.0.

--- Connect ---
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gpat
May 12, 2012, 10:20 AM
Awesome! Thanks for the advice.

Carlanga
May 12, 2012, 12:09 PM
Thanks, downloaded it to try it.

ZeRoLiMiT
May 12, 2012, 01:47 PM
awesome thanks man!

dancj
May 12, 2012, 04:44 PM
The app seems okay. It gives very basic editing ability. No numbered lists, no bullet points, no tables (in word docs) - but you get standard text formatting and images.

The interface outside the documents is terrible though. Navigating around to crefate and access the documents is all guesswork because the icons are very unintuitive.

wadjj
May 12, 2012, 05:52 PM
The app seems okay. It gives very basic editing ability. No numbered lists, no bullet points, no tables (in word docs) - but you get standard text formatting and images.

The interface outside the documents is terrible though. Navigating around to crefate and access the documents is all guesswork because the icons are very unintuitive.

It HAS numbered lists and bullet points, not trying to argue against you mate, it only proves how unintuitive the UI is.

Type in first, double tap(instead of hold which activates free zoom, WTF?) , on the very right, you can choose numbered list or bullet points.

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As an idiot(which I am normally not) who bought Quickoffice HD Pro for 20 bucks, I'd suggest people to not buy premium apps like quickoffice or documents to go or iworks(if you only work with MSoffice files), just deal with the free or cheap ones. They are in general impotent anyway, don't have too much hope on editing and creating.

StyxMaker
May 12, 2012, 06:49 PM
I've just downloaded this app. I found it to be extremely non-intuitive. It crashed every time I tried to open a simple spreadsheet from my Drop Box account that was created using QuickOffice. I'll stick with QuickOffice.

wadjj
May 12, 2012, 08:18 PM
I've just downloaded this app. I found it to be extremely non-intuitive. It crashed every time I tried to open a simple spreadsheet from my Drop Box account that was created using QuickOffice. I'll stick with QuickOffice.

Quickoffice is not worth the price but still much better than this. But I do find this app handles slides pretty good. It doesn't even show results for the simplest formula say K5/G3, so no wonder it would crash opening a spreadsheet.

dancj
May 13, 2012, 04:54 PM
It HAS numbered lists and bullet points, not trying to argue against you mate, it only proves how unintuitive the UI is.

Type in first, double tap(instead of hold which activates free zoom, WTF?) , on the very right, you can choose numbered list or bullet points.
Oh yeah- thanks.

And you're right it's not too intuitive.

Abazigal
May 14, 2012, 06:43 AM
What's up with all the recent five star reviews? They sound so fake and shallow. :confused: