Quickoffice is an app for iOS, Android, and other mobile OS's that allows you to view, edit, and create Microsoft Office documents (Word, PowerPoint, and Excel) on your mobile device. It's one of the apps I use quite often to access and create files for school.
Quickoffice has launched Connect, a cloud service that syncs documents between your Android, iOS, Macs and PCs. It allows you to search for documents on any connected device as if they were on the device you are working on. You can also add any folder on a PC or Mac to Connect. The folder can be synced, shared, and commented. This commenting makes it easy to collaborate on projects with others.
You can also access files from other online services, like Dropbox, Box.net, Google Docs, SugarSync, Evernote, and more with Connect. This means that all your files that you have on these services is available for editing and collaborating through Connect.
There are three levels of Connect available:
Basic (free) – view documents, cloud access, five sharable folders, sync up to two devices, 5,000 file sync capacity
Premium ($44.99/year) – view and edit documents, integrated search across devices/clouds, unlimited folder sharing, sync up to four devices, remote access, 125,000 file sync capacity
Professional ($69.99/year) – view and edit documents. integrated search, unlimited folder sharing, sync up to six devices, remote access, file versioning, 250,000 file sync capacity.
This is another great resource for students and educators, allowing them to work on files on their mobile devices, as well as collaborate on projects.
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