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CNET Editors' review
Quickoffice Pro for iPhone is an office productivity app that lets you work with most popular file formats on your iOS device. Quickoffice Pro is available through iTunes and other download sites. It installs easily. Quickoffice Pro is sold for $14.99, and there are versions specific to iPhone and iPad.
Quickoffice Pro was one of the first apps for the iPhone that supported all the popular Microsoft Office formats, and the software has continued to evolve and improve over the years. It consists of viewers and basic editors for document, presentation and spreadsheet files (so it opens and saves documents from Word, PowerPoint, and Excel). In addition, Quickoffice Pro works with PDF and several other format files. The interface is slick, managing to put a lot of capabilities in a small area. You can edit files in either graphic or text modes, and have all the basic features necessary for laying out and formatting contents. Quickoffice Pro integrates the iPhone and iPad touch sensitivity well, replacing the mouse. Quickoffice Pro integrates with cloud storage systems, too, allowing for ready access and saving of files as you are mobile.
We have used Quickoffice Pro extensively over several years. Whether you need to simply read a document sent to you as an attachment, or make modifications quickly to an existing document, or even create a new document from scratch, Quickoffice Pro is the app against which other office apps are judged. Highly recommended.Quickoffice Mobile Suite for iPhone:
This free app from Google lets you create and edit Microsoft Office documents, spreadsheets and presentations on your iPhone and iPad. Once you sign in with your Google Account, work can be saved in Google Drive, which gives you up to 15GB of free storage and lets you access your files from any mobile device or computer.
With Quickoffice and a Google Account you can:
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Version: Quickoffice 4.1.0
This app can read all of my microsoft docs. It's perfect for when I'm in between sales meetings and have to edit a spreadsheet or preso.
I really wish I didn't have to buy the iphone application separately.
It's worth the money
"Can only view graphics, cusomer support non-existant"
Version: Quickoffice 3.0.1
What little it can do is very intuitive and user friendly.
Cannot import/export/edit graphics
Customer support is non-existant
Updates to App are almost non-existant
Seems like this company has gone belly-up. Short of an automated presence online, no human presence can be found.
It is very sad that such an easy, intuitive and user friendly app as this isn't maintained or given even the most basic of operations and capabilities. At one time, they could have easily Been the premiere of office apps. While not quite perfect, Dataviz's Documents-To-Go is a far superior product for the iPhone.
Version: Quickoffice 3.0
"It doesn't transfer"
Version: Quickoffice 1.5.1
Looks very nice...
Looking good is all it does for me.
I can't say much about the program, because I can't use it to view or edit any of my Office documents. And the reason I can't is because it doesn't "import files via a USB plug" as your review says - it only transfers files using WiFi. Clearly I'm not the only one who has problems with this method - there are many pages of advice at the Quickoffice website on how to make it work, none of which has helped me one whit. Why can't I plug in a USB cable and transfer files between PC and device like practically every other gadget on the planet? And here I was thinking that electronic obscurity ended when I finally bought Apple. I suppose it's my fault for taking CNET's review literally. At least I'm only out $10.Oh, forgot to say that naturally I assumed there'd be a ton of other applications which would allow me to transfer my office files from PC to phone. But no, evidently Apple has some idea that this is the work of the devil, or the thin end of the wedge, or some such nonsense. You can use your device as a removable drive, but then you can't access any of the files from an app on your phone. It's completely bizarre!
Updated on Dec 25, 2009
Updated on Dec 25, 2009This is fun - I wonder how often you can "update your review"? So... it turns out my cellphone, a Nokia E52, has Quickoffice - but without any of the restrictions of the iPhone (which is actually my wife's). No problem transferring files, reading, editing etc. Come to think of it, the Nokia does pretty much everything the iPhone does - except play games - with half the bulk and cost, twice the battery life, and upgradeable memory. Oh well, my wife is happy, even if she can't use her iPhone for any of her work-related documents.
Updated on Dec 28, 2009Okay, hopefully my last update. I found the email support offered by Quickoffice was very responsive, even if they weren't able to resolve my wireless connection issue. However they did finally reveal the million-dollar fix - you can email an attachment to a special server (you get 50Mb free) and then download it into the Quickoffice ap, where you can edit it and email it onward (to yourself again, if you want to move it back to your lap/desktop).
If I could go back and change the numbere of stars I'd give them four - holding one back because, FGS, why can't you do this over a USB cable?