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Dropbox Continues International Expansion With Acquisition Of Israel-Based Company CloudOn

Dropbox has decided to buy CloudOn, an Israel-based company whose bread and butter consists of providing iPhone and iPad owners with a means of editing Microsoft Word documents in the cloud. The company gained popularity doing this at a time before Microsoft was fully ready to commit to the idea itself. The service worked with a number of cloud storage providers, of which Dropbox was one.

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With the acquisition, Dropbox is positioning itself to expand into even more corners of the world.

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CloudOn Updated With Support For A Handful Of Android Phones, Puts MS Office In Your Pocket

CloudOn, the service which previously brought the full Microsoft Office experience to Android tablets, is now available on some phones. Yes, that means you have Office on your phone, in your pocket, and everywhere you are. That could be quite useful.

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For the moment, however, the company is only supporting a handful of handsets:

  • Samsung Galaxy S III
  • Samsung Galaxy Nexus 4G
  • Samsung Galaxy Nexus
  • Samsung Galaxy Note
  • Samsung Galaxy Note II
  • Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket

Notice something about that list?

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[New App] CloudOn Gives You Access To Microsoft Office On Android Tablets, Stores Files In Your Preferred Cloud Storage

Tablets have, historically, been less-than-ideal for productivity. Part of the problem is that developers are still trying to catch up to the new world of connected devices. One solution, as CloudOn demonstrates, is to bring together the best options from various platforms and merge them into a fluid product. CloudOn lets you use what appears to be remote access to Word, Excel, and Powerpoint from an Android tablet.

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The app might be best utilized if you have a connected keyboard and mouse at times, as the UI is still very much the Windows-style.

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