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Not free.
If you actually want to save what you write, such as to email it to someone, you have to pay. If you try to save, it crashes. I was hoping to save time and write a rough draft of a report, went to save it and it crashed, this losing half an hour of my time. Not happy.
sheermadness on Nov 2, 2011 for Office² Plus
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Good App
This App is worth the $6, but the way the developers set it up (free, then upgrade to the paid version if you want to save files) is dumb (and appears to some as deceitful). They should have made a free version and a paid version and eliminated all the confusion! This app loses one star because it can't edit .xlsx files (does .xls just fine though). Add .xlsx support and I'll give it 5 stars!!
R. Yetter on Nov 1, 2011 for Office² Plus
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Corrupt files can't paste
I have only worked with the ppt version and purchased the saving capability. Had no trouble making a power point but when It came time to transfer the ppt file it's CORRUPT. Unusable. Do not give this company your money. You also can't paste anything you've copied. It needs lots of work
Kareyanne1111 on Nov 1, 2011 for Office² Plus
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This is a great app
This app does everything is says it can do, and does them well. I love the ability to open the saved files area as a network drive, allowing you to move file from and to my PC. Yes you have to purchase the ability to save files but it is well worth it.
RgKelson on Oct 29, 2011 for Office² Plus
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Should be universal.
Pros: The developer should be allowed to delete the comments from the people who didn't read the description! YOU MUST PURCHASE THE ABILITY TO SAVE. This is a GREAT feature: you get to try the software's functionality before you buy it! iWork apps are $10 each, no trial or lite version. This is only $3 per format. You can try this software out 99% before you buy. Sign in to Google Docs, download those docs, open & edit. Like it, buy it. I only need excel on my phone to fill out my timesheet at work. I tried all of the free/ lite apps out there, and this is the best. It kept my basic formatting and functions. (I downloaded the xls from work, edited in Numbers, export in xls, upload to g-docs, download to Office2Plus. No problems.) For only $3, I purchased the ability to save. From inside the app, I can email my timesheet to the office. You can also "Open In…" with this app from your email, etc. (that didn't work with Documents2) Try it out yourself, but the interface is about as good as it can be on a phone. Easy buttons on the bottom. Great Help section. More formulas that I know what to do with. I haven't really tried extensive cell / text formatting, but I have clicked on the options and there are plenty to choose from including cell borders. Cons: I can't find how to undo in the spreadsheet app. This is very disappointing. There is an undo in the word app, and this is what the Help section showed. You can't save to your Google Docs from inside the app. You have to save locally, then exit the editor to the main menu (of the app, not your phone) click the folderwithadownarrow icon, click Copy (or Move) then choose your G-docs folder. A bit of a hassle, but it must be done, otherwise you risk loosing your work between iTunes syncs. You'd better upload to a cloud storage, and not rely on iTunes backups, since it is VERY easy to loose your in-app-data for ANY APP. You can't restore app-data once you delete an app from your phone. It isn't Universal (this version is not iPad HD). I understand why the developer decided to not make this universal, to make more $, but it is still annoying to have to technically double buy something. If you buy this ($3 for spreadsheets saving) and Sheets2 HD ($6), then it's almost the same cost of buying Numbers (universal) for $10. You can still run this on the iPad, but not even in "Retina" resolution, and it doesn't switch to landscape mode.
Durf Diggler on Oct 29, 2011 for Office² Plus
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It's all great
Easy to use,open all files.Yes,to save files you need to buy full version.But what did you expect? No more to ask for free version.Thank you so much
AlezerPO on Oct 27, 2011 for Office² Plus
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