2009 will finally see Microsoft Office documents arrive on the iPhone, it seems, with Soonr allowing access to documents stored in the cloud while QuickOffice makes good on its promise of local editing. The QuickOffice product is Excel-only, with other formats to follow later in the year as promised back in November, but does …
That's four references to "cloud". You have exceeded your quota.
MobileFiles Pro already does this.
The Quickoffice feature set sounds the same as that of Mobilefiles Pro which has been out since late December. Ability to view various filetypes including all iWork and MS Office ones, and (currently) the ability to do basic editing and formatting of Excel spreadsheets. Fwiw. Also the same price as Quickoffice and uses MobileMe (or Bonjour from a PC) to provide access to your files.
something with ODF support would be much more useful here. Guess we'll just have to write it ourselves. Or... avoid the iPhone/iPodTouch. There's a thought. The more I use mine, the more it feels like it was really really rushed into production.
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