Take your work away
The £2.99 price tag does involve some limitations, though. If you need access to Dropbox or other cloud services then you’ll have to cough up £5.99 for the Pro version of the app.
Knock up a presentation on the move (left) then Wi-Fi it to your desktop (right)
I don’t have my head in the cloud yet, so that didn’t bother me too much, and I found the app’s Wi-Fi connectivity perfectly straightforward for transferring files between my iPhone and my office Mac.
Process your words
However, I was disappointed that – unlike Documents To Go – QuickOffice isn’t a ‘universal’ app. The basic £2.99 version will run on the iPad, but if you want the full resolution iPad experience then you’ll have to cough up £8.99 for the ‘HD’ edition that is designed specifically for the iPad. ®
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