OfficeSuite is now available to users of the Apple iPad and iPhone. So what’s inside the tin? If you have ever used the Microsoft packages of Word, Excel and PowerPoint you’ll know what an ideal software package these tools actually are. But you will also be slightly miffed that Apple product owners would never have had the opportunity to use such a versatile and dynamic piece of software – until now!
OfficeSuite is fast and easy to use and supports editing and viewing of four key elements of software we use in our everyday lives – Word, spreadsheets, presentation package and full editing features for a PDF file reader.
PDF formats are easily read, edited and you can annotate your documents with remarkable ease. In the document editor you can do pretty much everything you were able to do in Microsoft Word. There are more than 70 different font styles to use, one can insert images into your document and you can all the things like add page numbers, set up page breaks and use bullet points and numbering to make your document stand out.
The spreadsheet is very much the same too with full support offered for files with extensions like .xlx, .xlsx and .csv file formats. There are advanced formatting procedures available like cell styles, borders, numbering, font colour and style sets. You can even freeze or unfreeze columns or rows and insert charts and graphs which match the style you want. Even lager documents have multiple sheet support, so if you have those huge spreadsheet files used at work with hundreds of those little tabs at the bottom, then OfficeSuite can provide the perfect solution for these huge sheets.
Everything you edit can be saved into the Cloud but what you might find remarkable and user-friendly is that you are not locked in to some cloud drive the app tells you to be. So if you have storage in one cloud – say for example Dropbox and some apps demand all its saved items be saved into another – then OfficeSuite seems to factor in for this issue. If you want to save your files in iCloud, you can; if you want to save in Google Drive, it’s up to you and users of One Drive and Box are also well looked after.
It’s an app that has long been demanded by those owners of the iPhone and the iPad and works great for those business types who are always travelling or on the go.