|App Store category: Business|
|Current price: $9.99||Our rating: 8/10|
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Documents To Go is an all-in-one application with support for Microsoft® Word, Excel & PowerPoint, PDF, Apple iWork and other files and attachments. It includes a desktop application (Win and Mac) to provide 2-way file synchronization and a version with support for Google Docs, Box.net, Dropbox, iDisk and SugarSync is also available. Download, view and edit your files from your Google Docs, Box.net, Dropbox, MobileMe iDisk or SugarSync account directly in Docs To Go. Any changes you make can be saved and synchronized back to the online account so that you'll always have the most up-to-date version. You can even create new files in Docs To Go and upload them immediately to your account.
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iPad Office Suites: Quickoffice or Documents To Go
Intro: When the iPad was announced, Steve touted the virtues of how wonderful it would be to have iWork on your iPad. We at TheAppleBlog were unimpressed with Pages, Numbers and Keynote. You can read the full reviews for details, but our primary complaints revolved around the difficulty of getting documents on and off the iPad and syncing with the cloud...
Final words: For value, Documents To Go is an ideal choice. You can have access to your files on the iPhone and iPad with just one app. For most iPad users, Quickoffice is the better choice. Easy-to-use cloud support and quick loading of your files allows for fast editing while Documents To Go painfully makes you wait to sync back and forth. Be prepared for some quirkiness in formatting going back and forth between other apps, but otherwise you’ll have a user experience nearly identical to your desktop or web-based applications for spreadsheets, presentations and word processing.
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Documents to Go for iPad- app review
Intro: As a user of Dataviz’s Documents to Go product for years, I was ecstatic for the iPhone release and now even more so for the universal binary for iPad. Documents to Go is a mobile office productivity suite that allows you to create and edit Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint formatted documents and file types on your iPad...
Final words: If you want a very good robust document creation/editing tool look no further than Documents to Go. Looking for an enterprise solution that will sync your documents over-the-air? Keep looking. Video and screens after the break!
Documents To Go Premium enables MS Office app use on iPad
Intro: Truth be told, I bought an Apple iPad simply because I was asked to write about it. I thought the device would prove handy for checking e-mail, reading ebooks and browsing the Internet. After testing the tablet, it quickly replaced my laptop in the field. Every day I use the iPad to perform security audits, record notes, inventory networks, coordinate schedules, update clients on projects, and much more...
Final words: For less than seventeen bucks, iPad users are going to be hard-pressed to find another application that provides more functionality than Documents To Go Premium. Just be sure to purchase the Premium version, as the less expensive (.99) Documents To Go alternative doesn’t support PowerPoint editing or cloud synchronization.
Review: Documents to Go for the iPad
Intro: DataViz’s Documents to Go and I have a long, dramatic history. It was one of the first applications I installed on my first mobile device, a Palm Tungsten E. Since then I have used DocsToGo on various forms of Windows Mobile and the iPod Touch over a series of devices until now we come to the iPad...
Final words: DocumentsToGo was one of the programs that created the world of Mobile Office apps, and this version has signs of greatness, but right now, those are just signs.The Excel element is really excellent, while the Word lags a bit behind and the Powerpoint is really just a glorified viewer, even in Premium.
Documents to Go Premium Review
Intro: I’ve owned an iPad since day one, and in all of that time I’ve only had one major disappointment. The first time I kicked my iPad into life, I headed straight to my Google Docs account to access and edit my online docs. What did I get? Google’s practically useless mobile Docs site. Yes, I could view my files, but I couldn’t edit them, and switching over to the desktop version of Docs only presented a hobbled, useless version of the site...
Final words: While the price point of Documents to Go Premium is a little high by App Store standards, the ability to access and edit so many online documents so easily makes this an easy recommendation. If you store docs in the cloud, this is one immensely valuable tool.