|05-01-2010, 12:26 PM||#1|
Sir Penguin of Edinburgh
Join Date: Apr 2007
Location: DC Metro area
Device: Shake a stick plus 1
Docs 2 go?
Has anyone tried it yet? It hasn't been updated for the iPad (so far as I know), and I was wondering how it looked.
|05-01-2010, 02:38 PM||#2|
Reader of Books
Join Date: Oct 2009
I have it on my iPhone, it's a decent application. There are many reviews posted around if you Google for them. I tried QuickOffice (its closest competitor) briefly. They both pretty much have the same features, just differ on UI and implementation. I found Docs2Go just to work better for me, from a UI standpoint.
D2G requires a syncing client be put onto your desktop system, but this was from before Apple had application directories now present in 3.2. D2G is going to be updated to take advantage of this feature as well as the larger size of the iPad.
Personally I look forward to it as it will have much better compatibility with MS Office documents than Pages/Numbers/Keynote does. D2G reads in my documents far easier without losing as much formatting as the iWork applications. For now I've basically given up on using iWork on the iPad, they really need to beef up import, export and features. I have strong doubts they will though leaving iWork basically a waste of $30.
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