Quickoffice Advances Its Android Smartphone and Tablet Productivity Applications With Top-Requested Features
(Marketwire Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) DALLAS, TX -- (Marketwire) -- 04/27/12 --
Quickoffice, Inc., the global leader in mobile productivity solutions, today rolled out new advanced features to its Android smartphone and tablet users. Quickoffice Pro and Quickoffice Pro HD users will gain powerful capabilities across its Word, Excel and PowerPoint editors. The new version includes an advanced PDF annotation tool, allowing users to draw directly on files, highlight text, insert shapes, and add and remove comments. Plus, a new dictionary enables spell check in English, French, Italian, German and Spanish. Android tablet users can also take advantage of keyboard shortcuts for quicker document creation and editing, along with a laser pointer for presentations.
Quickoffice Android users enjoy a crisp, integrated user interface that enables a desktop-like editing experience. To address growing mobile document creation and editing demands, the company extended its font selection and the ability to edit line spacing. The update includes an enhanced table functionality toolbar to insert and delete tables, resize / add / delete rows and columns, merge cells or resize a table. Users can also display charts in 2007 format, choose from 24 predefined table styles, create a table with one click and use a simple drag gesture with a live in-document preview.
Quickoffice further extended its PowerPoint features to enable more powerful mobile presentations capabilities with the ability to select from and insert more shapes. Users can also more easily insert bulleted and numbered lists, change images, rotate shapes and duplicate a slide for 2007 files. In Excel, users can move, resize and delete charts and update charts when referenced data is changed.
"The Android market is rapidly growing and our sales continue to increase in both Google Play and Amazon's app marketplace," said Gregg Fiddes, SVP of sales and business development at Quickoffice. "Given this growing demand and ongoing loyal customer base, we are focused on building into our core product the advanced features that are most desired by our users and will enable powerful mobile productivity."
Quickoffice Pro HD for Android tablets is available for $19.99 and Quickoffice Pro for Android smartphones for $14.99. Both apps can be purchased in the Android Market or on Quickoffice.com, and will be available shortly via Amazon.
To learn more, visit http://www.quickoffice.com/quickoffice_pro_hd_android/ and http://www.quickoffice.com/quickoffice_pro_android/
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About Quickoffice, Inc.Installed on over 400 million devices in more than 180 countries, Quickoffice is the worldwide leader in mobile productivity solutions. Quickoffice delivers high quality, innovative mobile software and solutions and is revolutionizing the way people use their mobile devices. Quickoffice's flagship, award-winning solutions allow mobile professionals to view, edit and create Office documents, such as Microsoft® Word, Excel and PowerPoint, on their mobile device. Through the software's seamless integration with the cloud, it enables simple, anytime, anywhere access to important content across multiple clouds and devices.
Available directly in leading App Stores or via handset OEMs, Quickoffice solutions support Android™, iPhone®, iPad®, HP webOS and Symbian® platforms. Privately held, Quickoffice is based in Dallas, TX. More information is available at http://www.quickoffice.com.
Quickoffice is a trademark of Quickoffice, Inc. All other trademarks are property of their respective holders.
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