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Quickoffice Updates Mobile Office Suite Application for iPhone
Top Apple iTunes Business Application Adds the Most User-Requested Feature Enhancements
By: iPhone News Desk
Jun. 2, 2009 11:05 AM
Quickoffice has released additional features for its iPhone application, increasing Microsoft Office functionality while on the go. Quickoffice's latest 1.2.0 update adds important capabilities to all four of its applications, which include Quickoffice® Mobile Office Suite, Quicksheet®, Quickword® and Quickoffice® Files.
Quicksheet enables users to view and edit Excel documents. The increased functionality now allows landscape editing, direct double-tap cell editing in both landscape and portrait mode, copy and paste columns, rows and cells, faster and easier ways to build formulas, as well as the ability to add a new sheet within a worksheet. The Word editor, Quickword, adds auto-correct, auto-capitalization, find text, adjusting indentation level of bulleted/numbered lists and paragraphs, and double tapping space bar to enter a period. New features for Quickoffice Files include slideshow viewing of images in remote and local directories and the ability to bookmark last viewed position in documents.
"We've seen tremendous success with the first release of our application and received valuable insight from users about desired features for future upgrades," said David Halpin, vice president of engineering and product development at Quickoffice. "We listened to this feedback and have responded by providing our customers with a free update that incorporates many requested features within only 45 days of our first release. Our team is dedicated to developing the most robust mobile office suite for iPhone users. As such, we plan to issue frequent updates to all of our applications, ensuring we continue to provide the most advanced application available."
Quickoffice has a continued robust product roadmap and will be adding important new features such as editing support for Office 2007 files and the ability to access email attachments sent through the iPhone's email system.
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