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> Spreadsheet app on Android?, productivity
PJS
post Jul 28 2019, 03:26 PM
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Hi Guys,

Back in the old days, Psion had a great spreadsheet app
that I used to use all the time. I was wondering what the
options are running on droid.

Yes, of course, lots of folks seem to use the online
goggles docs and M$ options; but I'd rather use something
light, fast and with good file interchange that actually
runs on my machine.

Thoughts? Suggestions?

TIA

PJS
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gymbo
post Jul 28 2019, 04:06 PM
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QUOTE(PJS @ Jul 29 2019, 01:26 AM) *
Hi Guys,

Back in the old days, Psion had a great spreadsheet app
that I used to use all the time. I was wondering what the
options are running on droid.

Yes, of course, lots of folks seem to use the online
goggles docs and M$ options; but I'd rather use something
light, fast and with good file interchange that actually
runs on my machine.

Thoughts? Suggestions?

TIA

PJS

I actually use two office suites (and not separate text and spreadsheet, or presentation, apps): AndrOpen Office and OfficeSuite.

Think there are a few threads about office suites and office programs here already that discusses the pros and cons of quite a few solutions.

I mainly use OfficeSuite, but sometimes AndrOpen Office has better file-support (correct displaying of files...). They both support quite a few keyboard-shotcuts, but I prefer the "layout" i OfficeSuite (of the two). AndrOpen Office even has a drop-down menu, but I haven't found a way to display it with "Alt"-key (actually it seems like none of the "Alt+key"-shortcuts work...). The main reason why I ended up with OfficeSuite is that it was more or less the only option with an ad-free version that wasn't a subscription...
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zsalab2
post Sep 4 2019, 10:07 AM
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I also have Office Suite, and for two main reasons:
1. there is no stupid subscription fee
2. has a desktop-like menu system

What I do not like with OfficeSuite is that it crashes sometimes with big sheets.
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