Le 15/01/2015 15:49, Tim---Kracked_P_P---webmaster a écrit :
For non-ODF editing [ .doc and .docx ] . . . Which Android app would you
use? I do not want Cloud computing since most of the time the tablet
will not have access to the Net.
In my experience, so far, nothing is perfect.
If your Android device is a tablet running Kitkat 4.4, then you should
be able to use Microsoft's own, free, Word/Excel/Powerpoint Preview
apps, which are currently in generalized beta testing.
I have tried, WPS Office, Textmaker/Planmaker/Presentations Mobile (paid
app), DocsToGo (paid app), QuickOffice, Olive Office Premium (IMO the
worst of the lot so far), all with varying degrees of success.
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