Why use QuickOffice?
I want to throw something out there, I am somewhat looking for opinions or possible answers
I recently got quickoffice, and I am not quite sure I understand the full point of it. I mean the process of creating them from begining to end I understand, just not the editing of already created documents.
The only ways to get the documents to your iPhone is by setting up a Wifi connection between you iPhone & your Mac/PC or by connecting the iPhone to MobileMe. The issue I am seeing here is - if you have to go to your computer to get you docuuments to your iPhone for editing.... why not just use your laptop or PC to edit them?
I am greatly surprised that QuickOffice has not created any other way of obtaining documents on your iphone (somewhat like readdleDocs does). I think it would be profitable to them if you could "e-mail documents to the app" via a server intermediate of some sort, like ReaddleDocs does.
I am sorry to rant, I am just seeing if I share the same opinion with anyone.
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I got the D2G Exchange App & have really enjoyed it, now I can finally edit docs on the go.
Out of curiosity, is there anyway for someone other than yourself to send a document to your mobileme account so that you can retrieve it?