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Good app
Really good and usefull app! Fulfill all the simple needs for a doc.
Jess Hamer on Jun 10, 2015 for version 8.1
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Crashes when sending to email
Crashes when I try sending reports or documents through email. Worked fine the first time but now it doesn't.
peebles65 on May 31, 2015 for version 8.1
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Great App But!
This is a great app but would be better if it did not lose my saved documents!
Gebly on May 22, 2015 for version 8.1
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Needs a Spellcheck
Documents is a good app and better than Microsoft office ON MOBILE DEVICES. It's good for typing quick documents and a good place to save them. My main problem is the spellcheck. Well, there actually is no spellcheck. It's just the autocorrect options the apple devices offer and that's it and if you haven't noticed the autocorrect on the devices is useless and highly inaccurate. Another problem is, this app, isn't that stable. It can crash a good amount of times from opening other apps, which wouldn't so much of a problem, if the app actually auto saved every now and again, but it doesn't, so that document you spent an hour type, is gone because you had to look up some thing on Google for it. So I'd appreciate it if there was a spell check and an auto save that can be turned off for people who don't want it, or at least a way to say the document without exiting the document as well.
Killin dem zombies is fun. on May 8, 2015 for version 8.1
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Where did it go???????????
I loved this app, then it simply disappeared! It says I downloaded it, and it takes up storage, but I can't find it! It doesn't even show up when I search it up, but it shows up in settings! This was a great app until this happens. Please fix this.
Hdhsgshdgsjshagsjdhsg on May 6, 2015 for version 8.0
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Do not get unless you want to pay 2.99
I have not been able to access any of the work I have done today with this app what a waste of time!!! It tells me in order to access I need to unlock by purchasing upgrade!! I just got the app today and from reviews it seemed like exactly what I needed because I am mobile today not in front of the computer. Don't waste your time!! I am so frustrated that I couldn't even access the work I have done today without upgrade!!
Pharmacutical sales rep on May 4, 2015 for version 8.1
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Lost all documents
When my phone backed up to iCloud, and never saved none of the documents. Spent a total of 7 hours on the phone with Apple and they cannot recover them. 😩
Tgweber on May 2, 2015 for version 8.1
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really?
I thought I could use a usb cable or wifi to copy files from my mac into the app like the description indicated, (I don’t want to put my sensitive data up to a cloud to do it.) Maybe you can, maybe not but I sure couldn’t figure out how to do it. Nothing obvious to me on any screen. Threw the app away after 15 min
BTate on Apr 30, 2015 for version 8.1
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good for a free app
I've only used the spreadsheet part of it so far. He cells do not recalculate, when one of the operand cells are changed, so need to re-enter the formula to prompt that. But, it's convenient, when you wanna quickly put some figures together, without having to get up and go to your laptop.
calculator123asd on Apr 24, 2015 for version 8.1
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Headache generator
Okay, this is a spreadsheet. And there are brilliant minds at "The Google", but... what were they thinking? I use the spreadsheet for simple lists on a subject. This works great on my PC or Mac, but a disaster on my mobile devices. Imagine having to add text to your cells like ="This is line one."&char(10)&"This is line two." to get the spreadsheet to break a cell into multiple lines. Spreadsheet cells have a limit of 255 characters for a single line. If you want more data in a cell (or you want to semi format it like I do) you add a newline character (Mac/PC uses Alt+Enter keys) to start a new line in a cell. Okay so doing this is not the best practice, but it works for me and LOTS of other spreadsheet users (read MORE stars Google). So Google, there is this really cool shortcut bar you have designed. Maybe a really good bonus objective would be to add a NEWLINE button in the shortcut bar. You would get high fives from a LOT of people. Ya think?
-Steves411 on Apr 19, 2015 for version 7.9
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