Comparing quickoffice pro to docs to go premium

ltcalex

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Has anyone compare these two premium applications on a Droid RAZR? Which is the best, price, memory, productivity and accessibility? Thanks! A Vet.
 

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So far docs2go has worked better for me than the quickoffice that came stock. It seems that quickoffice doesn't like the bigger files that my employer sends, I think it's because it runs from the system partition which has less available memory than the data partition where docs2go lives.

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I have all three major players, paid versions, thanks to Amazon's free app of the day a few months back. I quickly chose quickoffice pro because neither of the other two would do standard deviation, or they might have done Standard Deviation of a population, but not of a Sample (which I need for analytical chemistry). I also liked the feel of quickoffice better in the short time that I tried the others. This probably isn't helpful to you, but it is my only experience and I figured I would share it anyway.
 

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I have quickoffice, office suite pro and documants to go, and I still cannot figure which I like best.

They were free, thanks amazon, so I don't think I should choose. One looks better in word, the other looks better in PowerPoint, etc.

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I also have 2 or 3 of these thanks to Amazon's free app. Haven't done much other than view a file, but Quick Office Pro worked great.
 

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I got both free from amazon I prefer docs to go for editing both both seem to work well.

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I bought the unlimited documents to go for my first droid before I knew the phone had quick office. I am happy with it.

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Quickoffice Pro gets the nod from me as it has better integration with Dropbox
 

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My issues with OfficeSuite Pro has been the need for a "save as" file as I would like to chose where to save the file (to Dropbox or SD) or to change the name to a different file name (coverletter.doc to coverletter_DOJ.doc). Also, it needs spell checking.

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OOOPs...I have OfficeSuite Pro, $4.99 on Amazon App one day. Selected based on reviews.

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