Thursday, February 2, 2012

Cloud Service Lets You Run Office On Your iPad

When it comes to running Microsoft Office creations (Word docs, Excel spreadsheets, etc.) on an iPad app there isn't really full compatibility. However, a new cloud based service is making progress.

CloudOn is a (for now at least) Free app providing about as much Office compatibility as you are going to find. The service is drawing rave reviews from the experts, and is proving wildly popular -- to the point of having server capacity issues, and drawing an attentive eye from the folks at Apple. CloudOn lets you use your iPad to create, view, and edit files directly in Microsoft Word®, Excel® & PowerPoint®. These applications will work the way you expect them to, and your files will look the way you want them to. To use CloudOn you must have a Dropbox account.

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