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Hi :)
The license is free in cost but you may want to read-up on the licence.  I think this is the 
crucial link you are probably interested in

Also these links are interesting

I got those from the FAQ provided by the Free Software Foundation
Interesting side-note from Richard Stallman

The actual license is here if you like legalese

There has been a recent thread which might help?
Fernand Vanrie's first answer?

To get more info about the API's you might have more luck on the devs lists or whatever they use.  
I am not sure exactly what you are trying to do but it might be better to join their team and do 
the work as part of their team in order to get your code some quality assurance testing on hundreds 
of thoiusands of real-world machines world-wide by real users rather than just being tested on 
whatever you can lay your hands on.  Of course that would mean your code would be released under 
the LGPL.  
Good luck and regards from
Tom :)

--- On Wed, 11/1/12, sudheer dantuluri <> wrote:

From: sudheer dantuluri <>
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Need API support for iOS
Date: Wednesday, 11 January, 2012, 6:54

Hi Team,

I've  a requirement in iOS where I need to highlight text of a doc, docx,
ppt, pptx and txt formats and I'm looking for an API support to integrate
the editing stuff of the files formats mentioned earlier.
Came to know that LibreOffice is working on such stuff for iOS. If so
please help me know how can I integrate it in my iOS application and also
please do let me know the license cost for the API.


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