This free app from Google lets you create and edit Microsoft® Office documents, spreadsheets and presentations on your Android phone and tablet.
Thank you for the link. I'm going to try it out. If it works, you can't beat the price.
If you download Quickoffice and sign in with your Google account by Sept. 26, you'll also get 10GB free for two years.
Open Office from Sun is also free and while it doesn't offer cloud storage, your data isn't mined either.
Thank you all for this hot info!
Well, since OpenOffice for Android isn't and is unlikely EVER to be available for Android, the only real alternatives are to use Documents To Go or OfficeSuite Professional.
I did download the new QuickOffice and signed in to get the extra Google Drive space, then uninstalled it. The interface left much to be desired here, and my preference is for OfficeSuite due to its better interface in the document editor compared to the competition.
While a Windows Phone is currently my primary device (have used Samsung Focus, Nokia Lumia 900, Microsoft Surface tablet), I have also used Android (Motorola Droid, Samsung Galaxy One, Lenovo ThinkPad tablet) and iPhone (3G, 3GS, 4, 4S, and iPad tablets). For anyone using an Android Device, this is a great deal!
Yup... and LibreOffice is probably even better than OpenOffice, and still free.
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