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Box For Android Gets Its Own Document Viewer, Better File Management, URL Handling, And More In New Update

Box For Android Gets Its Own Document Viewer, Better File Management, URL Handling, And More In New Update

The race for the most feature-rich and useful cloud storage tool is in full swing, with Dropbox, Drive, SkyDrive, and Box getting enhancements what seems like daily. If you're a fan of the latter service from that list, then a heaping helping of new features just got piled up on you plate. And it looks delicious.

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For starters, you can now view documents inline, which is a huge benefit for those who use Box primarily for document storage and sharing.

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Quickoffice Updates Its Android Apps, Adds Spellcheck, Line Spacing, Chart And Table Support, And More

Quickoffice Updates Its Android Apps, Adds Spellcheck, Line Spacing, Chart And Table Support, And 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 ***

  • Spellcheck
  • Display charts in .docx
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Handy Scanner Makes Scanning Documents With Your Camera Fun Again - Bet You Didn't Think It Could Do This [Video]

Handy Scanner Makes Scanning Documents With Your Camera Fun Again - Bet You Didn't Think It Could Do This [Video]

We don't tend to associate words like "scanning," "PDFs" and "documents" with fun. After playing with Handy Scanner, though... well, we still don't. Sorry. That headline was a lie. Scanning documents is, however, a breeze with this freemium app. Breezy enough that you won't want to go Office Space on your scanner, and that's fun.

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Handy Scanner is very straightforward. Take a picture of a document that you want scanned.

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[Deal Alert] Documents To Go 50% Off (Only $7.49) From Amazon Appstore

[Deal Alert] Documents To Go 50% Off (Only $7.49) From Amazon Appstore

If you've been around the smartphone world at all over the past several years, then there is little doubt that you've tried, or at least heard-of, Documents to Go. This is has been the standard as far as mobile Office compatible suites are concerned, and for a limited time you can score the full version of this excellent software for 50% off the normal price, which brings the total down to $7.49, for your Android phone.

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Adobe Brings PDF Creation To Android Tablets And Smartphones

Adobe Brings PDF Creation To Android Tablets And Smartphones

If you've ever needed to create a PDF on the go, then you know that there really haven't been many options for doing so in the past, but that all changes today - Adobe just released CreatePDF for Android.

Using the same PDF creation as Adobe Acrobat, this app allows you to create a PDF on any Android 2.1+ device, including Honeycomb. It uses Adobe's online service for file creation, so the process doesn't actually occur on your device - but don't worry, Adobe says that the service does not keep a copy of the original file or the PDF.

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Native Google Docs Editing Rolling Out In The Next Few Days

Native Google Docs Editing Rolling Out In The Next Few Days

One of the most sought for features of the Google Docs mobile interface has always been support for editing documents. As its stands now, you get read-only access, and any editing functionality can be achieved by using external apps, which is far from ideal, especially for quick edits. Note that I'm talking about documents and not spreadsheets here - those have been editable for quite a while now.

Thankfully, today Google announced that proper document editing support is finally ready for your consumption and will be rolling out in the next few days.

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