Nice.. But not enough Well. Considering that I'm a linux user I use libreoffice on my laptop. And I was glad to see it for mobile phone either. Though itis only alpha, itis work quite good, but... Needs provement. First of all it sometimes does not show the document correctly. And it would be nice to ibtegrate it with google docs (if itis possible). Anyway. It's a nice app. Hope you wil continue to develop it. Thanks.
Like a half-finished school project This is nowhere near ready for release - rendering bugs all over the place and can't access any sheet other than the first in a .ods file. Don't install this appalling app!
Password protected docs not opening ... A protected 97-2003 microsoft doc is selected and then it freezes in the loading state. The prompt to put in the password doesn't even come up. I used the latest windows 64 bit LO installment to protect/encrypt this file today. I use the doc allot and need immediate access to it at all times. In the meantime, what other office app is going to decrypt an LO-encrypted doc for me? If this is fixed, I will improve my rating and consider donating.
Not usable 2 stars only for the open source approach, it doesn't open pdf, doesn't allow you to copy any text.
Not the quickest in rendering But at least it does what it should. Tested with .odt&.ods files. Has a functional option to switch sheets. Running on fairphone 2 quad core android 5.1 lollipop
Useless. Simply does not work on a Samsung Galaxy 10.1 tablet.
* fix opening files via intent (i.e. opening mail-attachments) when the app wasn't running already
* experimental editing UI reworked (uses toolbar, allows switching fonts)
* other bugfixes
* fix crash when rotating screen in document browser
* enable svg support
* fixed most frequently reporter crashes
* now also available for x86 devices
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