Quickoffice 4.0 for Android gets PowerPoint editing and text-to-speech
It is now possible to edit PowerPoint files, not only view them, and you can have docs read to you with the new text-to-speech capability.
Just in time for the barrage of Android tablets to hit the shelves we'd add. Here's the full changelog for the free version, and for the $7.99 Quickoffice Pro:
- Clipboard access (cut/copy/paste in app and between apps)
- Insert and resize images from gallery or camera
- Text-to-speech document recital and voice input dictation
- Edit and format table text in documents
- Undo / redo most user actions
- Thumbnail preview scrolling for multi-page documents
- Improved toolbar and performance enhancements
- Paragraph alignment in documents
- Edit speaker notes in presentations
- Share files from via e-mail, SMS, Bluetooth, and others
- Support for advanced formulas more charts in Excel files
- Edit in page layout mode and thumbnail page navigation in documents
- Add, delete, and rename worksheets in Excel files
- Apply formulas to multiple cells by tapping and dragging
- Move & resize text boxes, images, and shapes
- Install to SD card and save storage space on your device
- Get continuous and convenient mobile access to remote storage services
- Access and manage email attachments with the most popular file formats
- Experience advanced PDF viewing
- Save files locally, on your remote storage provider, or to an SD card
- Browse and open zip folders
- 100% data integrity - guaranteed Microsoft compatibility
- Localized in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Korean, Brazilian Portuguese, Japanese, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese
After it got updated for iOS, Android users can now take full advantage of the rich Microsoft Office docs management capabilities of Quickoffice, making it one of the most functional apps for Google's mobile OS in that respect.
1. protozeloz (Posts: 5381; Member since: 16 Sep 2010)
excellent and pricing its on the right spot too ^^
2. tiolawa (Posts: 115; Member since: 05 Dec 2009)
There is also the Pro HD version that is tablet optimized for $24.99 althpugh its on sail for 14.99!
3. protozeloz (Posts: 5381; Member since: 16 Sep 2010)
bought the one for my phone like it so far too bad i dont have a tab yet... should have being a great deal
4. TonyG (unregistered)
Will this product properly display Powerpoint animations on a tablet running Android 3.2?
5. bobaronson (Posts: 1; Member since: 01 Mar 2012)
If you want to use professionally produced PowerPoint with animation and some of the other PowerPoint features this software sucks big time. First it won't show the animation at all, no way. For me, that ruins the slide show. Secondly about halfway through my show it just quit showing the pictures at all. It also changed the type font, the color and the transitions from slide to slide. I hate the feature wwhere it just starts playing the slide show...You have to stiop it very quickly or the show is on its way before you are ready to begin. I have an Asus 201 transformer Prime 32 gig pad. The software that came with it did a far better job than this program. if you have a well produced show and you need to show it to someone...avoid this software like the plague. It's bad.