There's a pretty basic version of Microsoft Office available for Android in the Play Store, but you won't have much luck trying to install that on anything much larger than a Galaxy Note or Nexus 6. For tablets, the company has something different in the works, and it's now ready to give out tastes to Android users who are eager enough to sign up and get in line.
This comes as Microsoft is touting the ability to use Office on every device. The software giant is pushing updated Word, Excel, and PowerPoint apps to the iPhone. It also has touch-optimized versions on the way for Windows 10. Read More
Chromecast has apparently received support for Google Drive presentations, something that should drastically change just how useful the product is for offices and schools. This feature was previously visible to only a limited number of users while Google worked out the kinks, but now it looks like it may be ready for primetime. The option is visible to us, along with plenty of you as well.
To cast a presentation, hit the Present button in the top right corner. If, and only if, you have the Chromecast extension installed, you should see the option to Present on another device. From here, you can select which device to cast to. Read More
Just when you thought Quickoffice was becoming out of touch with its user base (specifically, with their wallets) the company has released a fairly major update to its two main Android apps.
Specifically, both Quickoffice Pro and Quickoffice Pro HD were today updated to version 5.5.32. The update brings more than a number bump, though; here's the official list of new features:
** PDF ***
- Add/edit/remove comments
- Select text and highlight
- Insert shapes
** DOCUMENTS ***
- Display charts in .docx
- Edit line spacing
- Create and edit tables
** PRESENTATIONS ***
- Insert numbered lists
- Display groups of items
- Duplicate slides in PPTX
- Insert and rotate extended set of shapes
** IN SPREADSHEETS ***
- Move, resize and delete charts in spreadsheets
- Update charts when referenced data is changed in spreadsheets
Though the press release, interestingly enough, is not to be released until next Monday, the updated apps are available now. Read More