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Le 13/01/2015 10:04, Tim---Kracked_P_P---webmaster a écrit :

Hi Tim,

So, what is the "current" best ODF editing package for Android?  I want
to be able to just take my tablet along, instead of my laptop, to
certain meetings and gatherings.  So that will require a WORKING text
editing package that hopefully will read/write the ODT file format and
maybe the spreadsheet format as well.

EuroOffice Words (ODT fles)
EuroOffice Calc (ODS files)
EuroOffice Presenter (ODP files)

Quite why these apps don't get more frequent recommendations, I don't
really know, they seem to work fairly well as far as I'm concerned with
my limited testing, and the UI isn't too bad either - certainly leagues
beyond where the current LO project is today with its own Android
offering which will only be read capable when it is finally released.

The EuroOffice project is based on QT and Calligra code, the source code
is available too.

If you want to work with ODB database files, then you need AndrOpen
Office, but it is very unstable (i.e. prone to crashing) with these.


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