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Quickoffice Pro app review

QuickOffice Pro
Get work done, on the go

This app, really a suite of programs, is aimed at those who use their mobile devices for serious business. Essentially a mobile version of Microsoft Office, Quickoffice Pro gives users access to many features that are available on the desktop versions of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. While this app won’t replace your primary work computer, it’s a great way to get some draft ideas down. The app lets you save your documents in Microsoft Office formats and includes a great PDF reader. If you’re not ready to commit to the $10 price tag, try the seven-day free trial. $9.99, for iOS, Android, Symbian and webOS.

— Hayley Tsukayama

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