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LibreOffice coming to Android… here’s what it looks like so far

LibreOffice is a free and open source office suite for Linux, Mac, and Windows computers. Now the software, which is one of the most popular alternatives to Microsoft Office, is on its way to Android. Late last year the LibreOffice team announced an Android version was in the works. While it’s still very much a […]

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Google Docs for Android can now store docs for offline access

Google has rolled out an updated version of Google Docs for Android. It includes better support for tablets and the ability to download documents to your mobile device so you can view them when you’re not online. You still can’t edit documents when you’re offline. But if you make any changes to a document using the […]

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IBM Lotus Symphony office suite reaches end of the line

A few years ago IBM started offering a free office suite called Lotus Symphony. It’s based on code from OpenOffice.org, but IBM has forked the project and created a custom user interface and other tools. Last month IBM released Lotus Symphony 3.0.1 with a number of improvements including support for bubble charts and up to […]

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OfficeSuite Pro for Android phones, tablets is free today only

OfficeSuite Pro is a powerful office app for Android phones and tablets. It allows you to create or edit Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents and also view PDF files on your mobile device. You can also link OfficeSuite Pro to your Google Docs account to view or edit documents — or create new documents on […]

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IBM Lotus Symphony to join with Apache OpenOffice.org project

Lotus Symphony is a free office suite that IBM has been offering for the past few years. While the software is based on OpenOffice.org, it’s been largely maintained as an independent fork, and much of the code separating Symphony from the main branch of OpenOffice.org has not been contributed back to the original project. Now […]