CloudOn brings its Office to Android tablets, adds support for Google Drive (video)

CloudOn brings its Office to Android tablets, adds support for Google Drive (video)

Indirectly or not, the other guys seem to enjoy their time spent with CloudOn’s unorthodox delivery of Microsoft Office. Fortunately for you, the service just announced it’s now available to the Android folk — at least to those with a Google certified slate. The CloudOn application comes as a freebie and it’s compatible with tablets running Honeycomb or Ice Cream Sandwich. Keep in mind that, aside from creating / editing docs on Word, Excel and PowerPoint, you’ll also be able to open almost any file thanks to Adobe Reader. Furthermore, the company revealed it now offers support for Google Drive, joining the likes of Dropbox and Box as part of the cloud lineup. Ready to give it a go? It’s up for grabs now via Google Play, but before you do that, there’s a vid waiting for you past the break.

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CloudOn brings its Office to Android tablets, adds support for Google Drive (video) originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 09 May 2012 18:27:00 EST.

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