9a. "Is there a version of OpenOffice for iPad3?"
9b. "Can I load OpenOffice onto my Google Android tablet?"
(Combining two related questions)
Apache OpenOffice is available from the project for Windows, MacOS and Linux. Community members additionally have ported OpenOffice to BSD, Solaris and OS/2, and make these ports available on their own websites. There is no port of OpenOffice for tablets. However, there are some 3rd party solutions that allow remote access to an OpenOffice session, for example rollApp.
ERROLTY wrote:Open Office For Android? Is not available at the Google Playstore. Will it be available soon?
Tim Worstall at Forbes.com wrote:Take my own computing use: email and browsing, of course. Phones and or tablets already can handle that. Above that I do a little light word processing and some spreadsheets. And that really is about it. As and when there’s an Open Office for Android (just to take an example) I could well imagine my never using a PC again, let alone buying one. And as I say, I really don’t think I’m alone in this sort of usage.
It’s even possible to offer up a design in a way. Take something in the Galaxy Note size and format. Add a hardware keyboard like a Sony Experia. VGA and USB (maybe Bluetooth) outlets so that an external monitor and full size keyboard can be added. And if there’s that Open Office (or LibreOffice, just something with that functionality) for Android, or whatever operating system that “phone” is running, then I would be catered to.
And the thing is, I can see those devices being offered soon enough. So it’s is possible that this fall in PC shipments isn’t just a blip, we really might be at peak PC.
Chad Buenaflor at thedroidguy.com wrote:Aside from having access to the apps in Google Play this tablet will also be able to access Ubuntu specific apps. Some of the popular software that you will be able to run includes Libre Office, VLC and possibly GIMP just to name a few.
sjvn at zdnet wrote:LibreOffice, Gimp, Rhythmbox, etc.--will all run on Ubuntu phones.
officesoftware wrote:Any additional suggestions?
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