CloudOn for Android Delivers Full Office Experience on Android Tablets
Leader of mobile productivity, CloudOn, is announcing the release of their best-selling workspace at Android, letting tablet users at the United States, Canada and UK to create, edit, share and save Adobe documents and Microsoft Office while at the go. The firm is as well declaring integration on new cloud-storage solution from Google, Google Drive, bringing to their cloud storage service alternatives, Box and Dropbox. Today’s release at Android adds CloudOn’s cogent productivity tool to the second biggest enterprise and consumer tablet market, building at the vision from the company to produce the broadest and omnipresent mobile productivity workspace.
CloudOn for Android allows users edit Microsoft Office documents easily of the handle of its hand. Users have accession to whole Microsoft Office boasts, such as track changes at Word, keeping in line swivel tables at Excel and watching PowerPoint slideshows at full demonstration mode from a tablet. Users could as well display, create or edit charts, spell check, insert comments or change formatting into every Microsoft Office document.
CloudOn supports Adobe PDF files as well- by simple forms to complex 3-D documents – along on a general image watcher that allows users admittance virtually every picture file ordering from everyday files like PNG, GIF and JPEG to raw Photoshop images.
To boost enable mobile productivity, the app admits swift and easy email integrating that allows users send attachments and emails with a single tap without ever even leaving the app.
CloudOn is custom bod to the Android platform and fully optimised for Android Ice Cream Sandwich tablets and Honeycomb, version 3.1 and higher, building its across-the-board mobile productivity workspace useable to millions of Android tablet users. CloudOn transmutes tablets into productivity tools with letting users to work inside the applications and files they require most and save it directly to starring cloud storage providers Box, Google Drive and Dropbox.
CloudOn first released at iOS at January and was rapidly among the plainest productivity tools at the appstore, comme il faut the no.1 free iPad application in Apple’s App Store inside hours from their release. This April, the Company launched a huge upgrade for the app with CloudOn 2.0, version bringing integration with Adobe, the general image watcher, and integration by Box – a favourite amid enterprise users. Integration with Google’s storage products and leading mobile – Google Drive and Android tablets – was a instinctive next step in keeping on to build out the largest mobile productivity tool at the market.