Monday, July 22, 2013

OpenOffice for Android


AndrOpen Office is the world's first port of Apache OpenOffice for Android.

You can view, edit, export office documents using full features of Apache OpenOffice with your Android device.

AndrOpen Office has 6 components:

  • Writer (a word processor)
  • Calc (spreadsheet)
  • Impress (presentation graphics)
  • Draw (drawing)
  • Base (database)
  • Math (equation editor)

Enjoy OpenOffice !

* AndrOpen Office is forked project from the Apache OpenOffice project.
AndrOpen Office is not affiliated with the Apache OpenOffice project.

Writer

Calc

Impress


6 comments:

  1. Hello! I installed your software on my Samsung Galaxy 10" tablet. In the drop down for File there is an option for Send > Email as OpenDocument Text (also one for Microsoft Word) It doesn't appear to do anything right now. Do you plan to add that function?

    Probably my biggest complaint using the tablet so far is that I want to be able to write thing, spell check, edit in an OO text file that I can save and upload to my dropbox, but often I also want to immediately cut and paste it into another application like wordpress, twitter, facebook, etc. just like I do on my desktop and my laptop.

    My ministry has used Open Office for years, and we recommend it to our members, many of whom are too low income to be able to afford the cost of Microsoft products. The thing I have always liked about OO is that I can put it on the older machines our members often have and it works very well.

    Is the ability to ctl-c in one application and ctl-v (yes, I am that old I first learned on a DOS machine) - is something that just isn't possible with Android as an operating system?

    In general, the response time after I tap is a little slow, but with the familiar interface and feel I would be much more comfortable using this than any of the other office suites for android I have looked at, even if it never does have the ability of the full windows version.

    On the good side, I had no problems at all opening the Polaris Office .doc file that I spent two days trying to copy and paste into facebook.

    Eventually the tablet will become part of my wheelchair, and I hate sitting home. I want to be able to blog, comment, editorialize, and more from the tablet without having to stop and go find a desktop.

    It has been years since I beta tested Chicago, and I have lost a fair amount of brain cells since then, but if you let me know what kinds of info you need when I find something, I will be happy to help!

    Brenda

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  2. Thank you for your comment.
    OK, I added your request to my future plans.
    The user's requests is very helpful for me.
    Thanks a lot.

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  3. Yes, I want to know where to save OO documents to upload on email or export or save as PDF or send direct as an email. Susan

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  4. I found if you save as PDF and export it will save in Documents folder and Downloads. The send email does not seem to have a function to set the email address unless default Google as gmail.

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    1. Thank you for your comment. Sorry, it is under developing now.

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