New Office Suite in Town: QuickOffice Pro HD Comes to Honeycomb


QuickOffice Pro HD for Tablets

QuickOffice is possibly the best of the few office suites for Android.  It's pretty great, but have you ever noticed that having a 3.2 to 4.3 inch screen is a little small for editing documents?  Now, there is a great fix.  QuickOffice Pro HD is the Honeycomb version.  It has all of the functionality of the itty-bitty QuickOffice, but with much more useability and even more features.

Just like the regular QuickOffice, you are able to view and edit Word, Excel, and Powerpoint files.  There is also a built-in PDF viewer.  One of the great features of the original QuickOffice is the ability to grab documents from and save documents to the cloud.  You can access MobileMe, Google Docs, Dropbox,, Huddle, and SugarSync right from within the app.  Fortunately, that functionality also came to QuickOffice Pro HD for Honeycomb tablet devices.


QuickOffice Pro HD Designed For The Big Screen

QuickOffice Pro HD was redesigned entirely from the ground up, to make it intuitive and useful on larger screen tablet devices.  For example, you can easily copy and past between separate office apps.  You can use the pics saved to your Gallery or take a new one with the camera to insert into a document.  Another cool and useful feature is that you can use Android's sharing abilities to share your files over Bluetooth, or email, or any app that uses the sharing APIs.  One of the coolest features is that there is both speech-to-text and text-to-speech functions.  You can talk, and it will type.  Or it will read to you.  Welcome to the future.

The spreadsheet app is built more like a desktop version than previous mobile spreadsheet apps.  It has advanced formula support, and the ability to make and change charts and graphs.

QuickOffice Pro HD: Available Now on Android Market

You can grab the QuickOffice Pro HD now at an introductory price of $14.99, but that will soon go up to $24.99 so act fast.  Click here to grab it from the Android Market.


It really looks like tablets will soon be able to replace laptops.  What do you think?  Let us know below.

Source: Switched DownloadSquad