The latest version features a revised user interface and new features including support for digital signing of PDF files you export.
LibreOffice is an office suite with apps for creating and editing text, spreadsheet, and presentation documents. There’s also a database app, a drawing app, and a math app.
While it’s not always 100 percent compatible with Microsoft Office documents, I’ve been using LibreOffice to view Office documents ever since the developers spun off their software from OpenOffice.org.
Among other things, version 4.4 of LibreOffice includes:
- A reorganized toolbar
- Improved context menus
- Support for OpenGL transitions in Windows
- SIFR Monchrome icons on OS X
- Carlito and Caladea free fonts replace Microsoft’s Calibri and Cambria fonts
- Several new default templates
- Improved track changes
- Better interoperability with OOXML file formats
You can find more details in the release notes.