More Business Apps Coming to the iPad

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QuickofficeThe Apple iPad just got a bit more productive with the release of the Quickoffice Connect Mobile Suite application. The enables users to edit and create Word and Excel files, and integrates with MobileMe, Google Docs, and Dropbox for cloud storage.

The company claims their SmartTouch design optimizes the productivity suite’s UI for the iPad’s unique display and navigation.

The features include a power edit mode to make edits and format adjustments across an entire document, single-screen viewing to navigate folders and files, smooth page scrolling to preview page thumbnails, and advanced touch controls to manage files with touch-tap-drag controls.

Quickoffice Connect Mobile Suite for the iPad is now available in the App Store for $9.99.

Not the Only Office App
Quickoffice isn’t the first app to allow the iPad to work with Microsoft Word and Excel files; it’s just the latest one.

Apple itself makes a collection of software for working with Office files: Pages, Numbers, and Keynote. And DataViz recently released an app called Documents To Go for the iPad.



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