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James E Lang wrote:

I really wish there were a LO Calc implementation for Android to use in
place of Kingsoft Office. I don't feel secure using a proprietary
office product; especially one from China.

There is AndroidOpenOffice.
Whilst closed source, it is based upon Apache Open Office, to the point of  including most of the 
obvious, and all of the non-obvious AOo tells.
(I'm not sure, but I think it is simply a recompiled version of AOO, with things that throw errors 
simpoly commented out.  Then latter rewritten to comppile correctly.)

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 the end of Space.

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