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CloudOn Released for Android – Create MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint Documents While On the Go

A fantastic application has made its way onto the Play Store that will enable Android tablet users to produce some serious work while still being mobile. With CloudOn, you can access three of the major cloud storage services like Dropbox, Box, and Google Drive. Once connected to your online storage, you can then create/edit Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents from anywhere you have an internet connection.

The application doesn’t stop there – with built in Adobe Reader, you can essentially open any type of file for viewing including PNGs, GIFs, and even PDFs. It’s a fantastic mobile tool that almost all Android tablet users should think about picking up. Starting today, you can give it a go in the Play Store for free. 

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  • Raven

    They are awful picky on what you can install it on. Installed to my Asus Transformer, but not available for my Acer A100, both are Tegra 2 and ICS.

  • So no SkyDrive support? What the bloody hell!?

  • t3chi3

    Works great on my transformer!

  • That’s fine, but what about just using ES File Explorer (which lets you simultaneously access cloud storage sites and copy/move between your local and other networked file systems) coupled with an Office-compatible document app?

    I suppose CloudOn is free (whereas many Office-like apps are not). CloudOn is integrated and looks pretty on a tablet too.


    ES File Explorer Play link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.estrongs.android.pop

  • QQpayne

    This goes well with that Galaxy Tab deal you posted about before. I must admit I am getting tempted, but i will probably just go with a transformer.

  • Josh Flowers

    any benefit over Google Docs–potentially just that it does powerpoint & bundles that with adobe reader?

    can’t live without GoogleDocs

  • Josh Karwoski

    How long until someone makes this app available for phones? Not very useful on a smaller screen, but would still be neat to try out.

  • FortitudineVincimus

    It’s free… I’ll take it

  • mustbepbs

    Pretty neat for people that have lapdocks. I can’t imagine getting anything done with a virtual keyboard though.

    • just as Carol replied I’m startled that people can get paid $6191 in a few weeks on the computer. have you seen this website LázÿCásh5.Çom

    • noyfb

      or you could use speech to text to save from all the typing

    • Not campatible with Razr, wish I could use it on my lapdock!!!