Free Polaris Office hits 1 million users, adds Chromecast support
Polaris Office is well accepted by users as seen by their high rating on the app stores. Their company values user feedback and pro-actively responds to reviews on its customer support page as well as their App store review pages swiftly forwarding any issues to its development team.
While other office apps like Microsoft Office are only free to view files, Polaris Office also offers the option to edit your files for free. It is fully compatible with multiple cloud services like Google Drive, Dropbox, One Drive, and others.
The free version of Polaris Office has no restrictions on viewing and editing whatsoever, but there’s also a neat paid version that comes with the benefit of 5GB of cloud storage for your documents (up from the 100MB of cloud storage offered for free), syncing 5 devices (the free version is limited to 2 devices), and finally allowing you to password protect your files.
All these options make Polaris Office one of the most functional office suites for mobile devices.
1. juandante (Posts: 307; Member since: 23 Apr 2013)
Nice, waiting for desktop version to destroy ms office
3. XperiaFanZone (Posts: 1412; Member since: 21 Sep 2012)
Correction: desktop version? In your dreams!!!
4. alannyny (Posts: 19; Member since: 27 Jun 2012)
Seriously, phonearena? Advertorials like this one do NOT belong under "News", even with a little disclaimer on top. They don't belong anywhere on a non-fiction site.
The fact that Infraware / Polaris needs to resort to advertorials means that their product must be crap.
5. Cicero (Posts: 414; Member since: 22 Jan 2014)
Can you protect a document with password on Polaris? NO! The only one office suite which can is Kingsoft office (rebrand now). And is working pretty good. My choice.