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Hi :)
I thought people here might be interested in trying out the latest
LibreOffice viewer on Android.

If you can it'd be good to help the marketing team (and perhaps the devs
too) by videoing or/and taking screen-shots of some of your usage  That
might be easier using an Android emulator (i think Gnu & Linux has a few.)
but i think they want some real-world too.

Regards from
a Tom :)

On 26 February 2018 at 11:06, Mike Saunders <> wrote:

Hi everyone,

As you probably know, we have a version of LibreOffice for Android,
called LibreOffice Viewer:

A new version has been released recently, thanks to our community of
developers and volunteers, and I'd like to make a video for the Google
Play listing. Recommendations from the Android developer website:

"Create a video of your app in action to show off the app's main
features, either by using screen capture software and filming a physical
device running the app. Try to keep the video concise; aim for a run
time of somewhere between 30 and 120 seconds, and highlight the most
important or compelling features first."

I'd go for something short, with a voiceover and quiet music track in
the background. My draft outline for the script:

* (LibreOffice logo) LibreOffice is the most popular free and open
source office suite – and now it's available for your smartphone or tablet.
* (Animation of scrolling through a document) With LibreOffice Viewer,
you can access your documents, spreadsheets and presentations in many
formats, including Open Document and Office Open XML.
* (Animation of spreadsheet) LibreOffice Viewer is based on the the same
engine as the desktop application, for maximum consistency across
* (Animation of editing mode) In addition, an experimental editing
option is available, so you can update your documents on the go.
* (Picture of the icon) So try it today! Download it, use it, and give
our community feedback to help us improve it!

What does everyone think? Anything else we should mention or focus on?
Should we talk about the experimental editing mode at all, or make a
more prominent request for bug reports?


Mike Saunders, Marketing & PR
The Document Foundation

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