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It's okay but it needs two things; support for skydive and a tab button. When writing a paper and making new paragraphs I can't indent with a tab button. Other than that it works fine.
liquidbear99 on Jan 2, 2013 for Documents To Go® Premium
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No print feature
Was going to rate this app with 5 stars until I tried printing from this app. This app doesn't support printing. This lack of feature makes this app useless. There are other apps that let u print from it. If they add printing feature then the app would be great. Without it the app is not worth the money and is rendered useless.
Cream of crap on Dec 31, 2012 for Documents To Go® Premium
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Works seamless through emails and downloads as it should. As close to the real thing as it gets.
IronChefVet on Dec 29, 2012 for Documents To Go® Premium
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Needs ability to cut and paste cell values and ranges
Restricting clipboard functions to entry field contents is a major drawback. Also beware omitted functions.
Acffo on Dec 27, 2012 for Documents To Go® Premium
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Not bad, but it's badly in need of an update
I've been using this app since they introduced it. And to their credit, they've continued to improve it, albeit at a slow pace. Still, it's more than some app developers do! While I'm happy to have support for password-protected documents, it would be nice if they extended that feature to Office 2010 and Office 2013 documents as well. And while I generally use Dropbox, I've also started using SkyDrive more. The only reason I've not been able to completely migrate to SkyDrive is because so many app developers either refuse to include support for it, or have not yet done so. They also need to fix issues with the formatting being lost on PowerPoint presentations when viewed on the iPad/iPhone. They also lose points for lack of full-screen support in PowerPoint. I remember when Documents to Go was the premiere app for working with Microsoft Office documents, but they've stagnated. QuickOffice Pro HD has a better interface and features, but doesn't support password-protected files. If DataViz doesn't get their act together and implement newer features, they'll lose other devoted users, myself included, and I've been loyal to the app since the Palm OS days! Just putting an app out there isn't good enough anymore (it never should have been, anyway), it has to continue to improve! How about it, DataViz? Fix these things, and I'll gladly come back and give the app five stars!
PDADoc on Dec 26, 2012 for Documents To Go® Premium
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Not bad...
This app seems to have everything I'm looking for EXCEPT that I can't seem to figure out how to inset a picture into a document. Suggestions?
Pupluv5297 on Dec 25, 2012 for Documents To Go® Premium
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