11-21-2011 04:05 AM - edited 11-21-2011 04:08 AM
is available on the A site's Free App of the Day. This is the Full version key. (Normally priced at 15 bucks.) It's got a 4.3 rating (out of 5) in the Android Market (with almost 14,000 votes). Recently updated, Oct21.
View, create, and edit Microsoft Word, Excel, & PowerPoint files. Provides 'high fidelity' viewing of your PDF files. Now supports editing of Google docs, and has bi-directional sync with your desktop machine via USB.
In case you missed it back in September, when it was on Sale for $8, you've got another shot now (at an even better price... free!). Here's your chance to complete your collection of Android WP apps!
11-21-2011 04:49 PM
Thanks for the pointer, Mark.
The free app you pointed to this weekend was also free for the Honeycomb version if you had a big device. I thought that was cool. Or else I clicked "get it, it's shiny" and didn't notice that it cost, but I t think the HD variant was also free.
11-21-2011 10:00 PM
You need to be using the Amazon marketplace on your NC - the regular market doesn't have this price.
https://www.amazon.com/app-email is a link that I think will take you directly to the appstore download on a mobile device, but I would go to the Amazon website and log in before hitting the link.
11-21-2011 10:32 PM
4 Nook Household, 2 NOOKs, 2 NOOKcolors
11-22-2011 01:02 AM
> I just bought this for my iPad so I can start writing. With Dropbox and this free app I can now include my CM7 tablet in my writing endeavor! <
That's great, Peter. Cross-device functionality is always a good thing. Especially since you may have your NC with you at times the iPad is not available.
11-22-2011 01:06 AM
> Thanks for the pointer, Mark. <
No problemo. Thanks for the laurels!
I like to keep folks here informed when something useful pops up there, since most of the time its just games. Not that there's anything wrong with that.
> The free app you pointed to this weekend was also free for the Honeycomb version if you had a big device. I thought that was cool. Or else I clicked "get it, it's shiny" and didn't notice that it cost, but I t think the HD variant was also free. <
Yes, it was. I grabbed it too, for use on my Thinkpad tablet. I'm pretty sure I mentioned both, but I may not have been clear on it. It's nice in that it was actually designed for a tablet-size screen, vs. a phone. So the UI is a plus.
11-22-2011 08:03 AM
Amazon has, in the past few weeks, had all 3 of the biggies when it comes to office apps: Office Suite, Documents to Go and QuickOffice. Of the three of them, my personal favorite is Office Suite, if for no other reason than it provides a handy toolbar similar to desktop word processors, making it easy to bold-face, italicize, and underline.