1. msbaylor's Avatar
    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.
    06-11-2009 02:21 PM
  2. Alli's Avatar
    I see it your way. I haven't bothered to get QuickOffice - or any other office suite - for that reason. Until you can move docs around, or sync them like photos, it's pointless.
    06-11-2009 05:42 PM
  3. smileyboy's Avatar
    I think Quickoffice is great. I don't really run into a problem with loading docs. Most of my Docs are sav to iDisk anyway so that works out great for me.
    06-12-2009 02:54 PM
  4. Alli's Avatar
    Hey Josh. You are not the first one who has suggested that. But it would be nice to be able to deal with documents without needing a MobileMe subscription!
    06-13-2009 12:36 AM
  5. msbaylor's Avatar
    Right, it makes the app more expensive in a sense (not saying docs to go doesn't)
    06-15-2009 10:37 PM
  6. Alli's Avatar
    The desktop component of Docs to Go seems good enough for now. I figure it was a well spent $4.99.
    06-16-2009 07:18 AM
  7. Christinme7890's Avatar
    yeah i think that app is meant for idisk users. I won't dl the app anyway because I still agree that if I am going to type out something in a word processor I am going to do it on my laptop.
    06-17-2009 05:22 AM
  8. msbaylor's Avatar
    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?
    06-17-2009 09:03 PM