So long, farewell, Quickoffice.
Jun 30 2014, 1:13am CDT
Notably, the previous version 18.104.22.168 of the app only rolled-out to India on Wednesday ...
Full article at: NDTV
Jun 27 2014, 9:30am CDT
A Smartphone is useless without apps. There are a lot of apps available for the Smartphone. These apps can range from games, entertainment, news, sports, and several productivity apps.
Jun 24 2014, 8:41am CDT
Microsoft has lowered the prices of its OneDrive to match those of Google Drive. This looks like a move meant to catch some of the migrating Ubuntu One users, after Ubuntu One was shut down in early June, as many former Ubuntu One users seemed destined for Google Drive, which had the largest allocation of free storage among all ma ...
Full article at: Fool.com
Jun 26 2014, 2:30pm CDT
Google Drive has received an update for its iOS app, offering a variety of improvements. Drive allows users ti view documents, PDFs, photos, videos and more, by accessing one's personal cloud account. Files can be searched for and shared with others. Google Drive v3.1.0 offers an incoming view of files that have been shared with the user as they arrive. The new activity stream features viewing changes to files and folders made by the use ...
Full article at: MacNN
Jun 25 2014, 11:59pm CDT
Mobile Systems’ OfficeSuite Professional for iOS allows you to create and edit everyday documents on Word, Excel and PowerPoint
Jun 19 2014, 4:16pm CDT
As cloud storage services become increasingly competitive, users will reap the benefits. Microsoft announced on Monday that OneDrive's free storage will be growing from 7GB to 15GB for individuals. This puts OneDrive on par with Google Drive in terms of free storage capacity. Even better, Office 365 subscribers will receive a far more substantial upgrade from Microsoft, boosting their storage from 20GB to 1T ...
Full article at: BGR
Jun 23 2014, 8:45pm CDT
The Google Drive app version 22.214.171.124 has been rolled-out to some regions, and will be rolled-out globally gradually. ...
Full article at: NDTV
Jun 19 2014, 10:15am CDT
Most of us have to deal with a lot of paperwork. One of the best ways to keep the piles of paper on your desk from growing is by doing it online. Today’s smartphones and tablets are equipped with fast processing speeds that can easily handle office applications. Therefore, you don’t have to worry about bringing your laptop with you all the time. You can easily access your documents and presentations anywhere, anytime.
Jun 17 2014, 1:11pm CDT