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Pairing
Already frustrated and have not even used the app. To pair must be on the same network, etc... From what I can tell all are a check - no luck pairing thus far :-( Will bump on performance but this is not a download and use right away App, at least not yet. This should be easy!
Frustrated 100015 on Jul 14, 2013 for Documents To Go® Premium
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Doesn't work
Don't waste your money. It hangs trying to open docs.
AdyWickstrom on Jul 14, 2013 for Documents To Go® Premium
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Love this app!
This app is so amazing and it's helping me out with my business!
Salsaboy9 on Jul 10, 2013 for Documents To Go® Premium
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Update suggestion
I would love to be able to insert a picture in word. With writing tutorials, it would be nice to add pictures for visualization.
Craigen1 on Jul 7, 2013 for Documents To Go® Premium
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ZERO Stars
Paying for this ultra-pricey app (aim was to open & view Excel docs) was a complete waste. Could NOT open even 1 Excel doc. I haven't tried to open any other Office docs but I really only wanted this for Excel so I just feel completely robbed.
RusRo on Jun 25, 2013 for Documents To Go® Premium
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This company STILL has no clue as to what it is doing.
After several frustrating attempts to import a Microsoft Word Document and Documents to Go telling me that it is corrupted and to try again, I finally gave up on it and this usless piece of software. I fail to see why the authors of this program do not understand that not everyone wishes to use a cloud service in order to get documents over to their iPhone as there are simply some things that I do not want under the control of another company (my bank statements for example.) If this is the way that companies are going to force people to hand over sensitive information then perhaps it is time to reconsider the good old pencil and paper.
Knightlock on Jun 25, 2013 for Documents To Go® Premium
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