Shortly after its death, the HP TouchPad tablet gets Microsoft Office document editing with Quickoffice. Does that make it business-ready now?
If you're enjoying your $99 TouchPad, there continue to be new updates on the software side that keep the now-dead platform in the news. When the TouchPad launched it had the ability to open Word and Excel files via QuickOffice. Document creation and editing both weren't supported at the time. Show More Summary
Well we knew it was coming, and folks, it's finally here -- the promised update to Quickoffice HD that finally brings document editing to HP's slate. Available gratis for TouchPad owners, the overhaul enables text formatting in Word docs in addition to enabling cells and function editing in Excel spreadsheets. Show More Summary
The HP TouchPad hardware may not have a future, but at least updated software for the tablet does: QuickOffice HD is today updated to include document editing. That's good news for the several hundred thousand new TouchPad owners looking to be more productive with their tablet.
TouchPad owners, drop what you're doing right now and head to the software manager app. An update that we have all been waiting on for a very long time has finally arrived. QuickOffice HD for the HP TouchPad is no longer just a document viewer, but a document and spreadsheet editor, as well. Show More Summary
As the tweets above from HP VP of webOS Worldwide Developer Relations Richard Kerris indicate, we can expect an update for Quickoffice to land within the week that will bring document editing to the HP TouchPad. Sure, HP may not be making...Show More Summary
Quickoffice has updated their business and productivity iPad app, Quickoffice Pro HD, with Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and... More ?
What's the biggest thing that people mention when talking about missing features that are holding the TouchPad back? Document Editing and note taking apps. While we are still waiting for the official update of QuickOffice HD to bring...Show More Summary
Gaming companies Atari, Electronic Arts and Square-Enix have joined together along with app maker Quickoffice to support Apple’s intervention in the patent suits going on with Lodsys, reports Florian Mueller of FOSS Patents. The four are using the same representation and presenting their recommendation for Apple’s intervention on behalf of developers getting sued by the [...]
Whether you have a Palm Pre or HP TouchPad, there’s still something pretty major missing from your device: document editing. While you can go ahead and use Google Docs through the web browser, we all know that’s not an ideal solution and it just doesn’t work as well as we’d like. Show More Summary
Using your phone to do everything is all the rage these days, be it sending emails, connecting on Facebook, or editing documents. There's a few popular options in the Market for this, but we'll start by taking a look at Quickoffice Pro. Show More Summary
We wouldn’t say HP’s been evasive when it comes to document editing on the TouchPad, but they haven’t exactly been forthcoming about it. Since the day the TouchPad was announced, HP’s touted the inclusion of the QuickOffice documentShow More Summary
Making good on its threats, Lodsys has filed suit today against several third-party iOS developers. According to Florian Mueller, Combay, IconFactory, Illusion Labs, Shovelmate, QuickOffice, Richard Shinerman, and Wulven Game Studios...Show More Summary
The iPad isn't just a hot new consumer device, it's also an increasingly popular tool for business. Each week we take a look at the new or updated business apps for the iPad, and highlight trends in how tablets are being used in theShow More Summary
Quickoffice has released a major update to its Microsoft Office document editing apps for the iPhone and iPod touch. Formerly known as Quickoffice Mobile Suite and Quickoffice Connect Mobile Suite, as of version 4.0 the apps have been renamed to simply Quickoffice and Quickoffice Pro, respectively. Show More Summary
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Quickoffice Connect Mobile Suite for iPhone is a mobile office solution for anyone who needs to utilize Microsoft Office products on the go. This full-featured solution allows you to access, view, edit and share Microsoft Office files. Show More Summary
Tablets are sweeping through the office space at an accelerating rate, but it’s all not all hardware which contributed to the rise of the business tablet. Apps are another factor to this, and we’ve rounded up this week’s top 5 IOS and Android tablet business apps. iPad QuickOffice Connect Mobile Suit (v2.1.0) for iPad App [...]Show More Summary
If you have a Motorola Xoom, or you're planning on getting an Android tablet running Honeycomb and you're worried you won't be able to get any actual work done on it, rest easy: Quickoffice has released Quickoffice Pro HD, a tablet version of the Quickoffice suite that's been redesigned to run on Honeycomb tablets. Show More Summary
Quickoffice has launched a version of its mobile office suite that's tailored specifically for Android Honeycomb tablets. Quickoffice Pro HD, as it's being called, was designed from the ground up for tablet use, and as such featuresShow More Summary