AndrOpen Office APK

Version 4.5.5 - com.andropenoffice
Last updated: 2020-05-26

AndrOpen Office is the world's first port of OpenOffice for Android.

APP Information

Download Version 4.5.5 (42403)
Apk Size107.08 MB
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android6.0 and up
App Packagecom.andropenoffice.apk

Download AndrOpen Office 4.5.5 APK

App Description

AndrOpen Office is andropenoffice,business,andropen,office, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 4.16 by 19 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit website who developed it. com.andropenoffice.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 6.0 and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 4.5.5 Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 34903+ times on store. You can also download com.andropenoffice APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

Celebrating 4 Million Downloads!!!

AndrOpen Office is the world's first porting of OpenOffice for Android and it's powerful and complete office suite for OpenDocument format.
You can view, edit, insert and export office documents using full features of the OpenOffice.
AndrOpen Office is office suite of 5 components:
- Writer (a word processor)
- Calc (spreadsheet / worksheet)
- Impress (presentation graphics)
- Draw (drawing)
- Math (equation editor)
* AndrOpen Office is a forked project from the Apache OpenOffice project.
AndrOpen Office is not affiliated with the Apache OpenOffice and LibreOffice project.

Supported File Formats
You can import and export following formats:
- Microsoft Word (DOC / DOT / RTF)
- Microsoft Excel (XLS / XLT)
- Microsoft PowerPoint (PPT / POT)
- OpenDocument (ODT / ODS / ODP / ODG / ODF)
- Portable Document Format (PDF)
- OpenOffice.org1.0 / StarOffice6.0 (SXW / SXC / SXD / SXI / SXG / SXM)
- Text (TXT / CSV)
- Adobe Photoshop (PSD)
- Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG)
- Windows Metafile (EMF / WMF)
- Tagged Image File Format (TIFF)
- Data Interchange Format (DIF)
- Portable Anymap Format (PBM / PGM / PPM)
- OS/2 Metafile (MET)
- Sun Raster Image (RAS)
- Mac Pict (PCT)
- X PixMap (XPM)
- StarView Metafile (SVM)
You can import following formats:
- Microsoft Word 2007 (DOCX / DOTX / DOCM)
- Microsoft Excel 2007 (XLSX / XLTX / XLSM)
- Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 (PPTX / POTX / PPTM)
- AutoCAD (DXF)
- T602 Document (602)
- Computer Graphics Metafile (CGM)
- Truevision Targa (TGA)
- X Bitmap (XBM)
- Zsoft Paintbrush (PCX)
- Kodak Photo CD (PCD)
You can export following formats:
- HyperText Markup Language (HTML)
- PlaceWare (PWP)
- Macromedia Flash (SWF)

- View / edit / insert / export docs
- High fidelity
- Formatting paragraphs
- Support for embedded object
- Export docs to PDF
- Save docs to extensive file formats
- Support for password
- Internationalization
- Localization
- Support for macro
- Support for Google Drive / Box (Android 4.4+)
- Support for Dropbox / OneDrive / NAS / WebDAV (Paid version only)
- Support for spell checker, hyphenator, thesaurus
- Support for printing (Android 4.4+)

Motion Event Assigns
Device's motion events (mouse, pen, finger, trackball) are assigned to mouse events of X Window System.
- Single Tap = Click Left Button
- Double Tap = Double Click Left Button
And some gestures are assigned to application actions.
- Swipe = Scroll
- Pinch In / Out = Zoom In / Out
- Long Tap = Click Right Button
And you can general mouse operations by virtual mouse pad.

Supported Languages
Arabic / Czech / Danish / German / English (British) / English (US) / Spanish / Finnish / French / Hungarian / Italian / Japanese / Korean / Dutch / Polish / Portuguese (Brazilian) / Russian / Slovak / Slovenian / Swedish / Chinese (simplified) / Chinese (traditional) / Portuguese (European) / Greek / Indonesian / Turkish / Hindi / Catalan / Romanian / Norwegian / Bulgarian / Serbian / Vietnamese / Thai / Hebrew


Bug reports
Please report bugs below e-mail address;

About Apache OpenOffice
"Apache OpenOffice" is a trademark of the Apache Software Foundation.

Special Thanks
This product includes many open source codes.
Thanks to Open Source!!!

App ChangeLog

  • Version 4.5.5
  • Support for native cell selection.

App Screens

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requires following permissions on your android device.

view network connections
Allows the app to view information about network connections such as which networks exist and are connected.

view Wi-Fi connections
Allows the app to view information about Wi-Fi networking, such as whether Wi-Fi is enabled and name of connected Wi-Fi devices.

full network access
Allows the app to create network sockets and use custom network protocols. The browser and other applications provide means to send data to the internet, so this permission is not required to send data to the internet.

prevent phone from sleeping
Allows the app to prevent the phone from going to sleep.

modify or delete the contents of your SD card
Allows the app to write to the SD card.

In-App billing
In-app Billing on Google Play provides a straightforward, simple interface for sending In-app Billing requests and managing In-app Billing transactions using Google Play.

receive data from Internet
Allows apps to accept cloud to device messages sent by the app's service. Using this service will incur data usage. Malicious apps could cause excess data usage.

Older Versions

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Google Play Reviews

  1. guest-avatar

    Albert deKoninck


    I like this app so much that I bought the Pro version. On a Chromebook it integrates with the system keyboard -accents-and clipboard Yet, it cannot be a default app for opening files in the Chromebook Files app. It has its own file manager, a positive for Android phomes or tablets but a negative for Chromebooks. Regarding the negatives of Apache Open Office, there are: can open but not save in the latest Microsoft formats; heavy image-laden doc or docx files will display poorly and may be lost

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    Jasmine Stewart


    hilfe If you like to change default app to new app for file in Chrome OS it is not in Settings like on an Android smartphone. Open "Files" app. Select (please don’t open), "Files" app you wish to change your default app when you use it to open it. In toolbar at top of "File"' app, find your “Open” options with small down arrow like carrot by it. Next, tap carrot, to show apps that can open up this file, type with default app assigned to it. Be well. Jasmine S. Be well. Jasmine S.

  3. guest-avatar

    apk Tried many Office apps for Chromebook and this was the best. It had the most and easiest to use options and interface. It also mangled my carefully formatted Office files the least! One little annoyance is that when opening files, the list within a folder cannot be sorted.

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    pro Simply putting, it is phenomenal. With this app you truly have a Desktop-Class office writing and editin app. It has a super useful feature, in my opinion, that lets the user convert its files from different formats into .PDF. Good work.

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    Evelyn Ethridge


    text markieren The DRAW program sucks if you don't need it. It prevents any text work in the Office program and editing is nearly impossible. I've used Open Office on all my computers since forever, but this Android is definiately not the easiest app to use, if you have the DRAW program.

  6. guest-avatar

    test exporting to pdf with special characters reults in wrong spacing around those characters or event wrong case. im still testing. overall looks good edit: in desktop mode (Magic desktop) this look awful. half of the window is black

  7. guest-avatar

    fonts It loads quickly (how often can you say that about Open Office?) and has some nice features to support use on a small screen.

  8. guest-avatar

    anleitung I cannot find basic commands like remove keyboard, accept fill colour. I just clog up my tablet screen with mistakes I can't seem to remove. Ah well, back to the books I guess.

  9. guest-avatar

    handbuch I love that there's something that can open a lot of different file types and it's great to have these tools, but the interface of this is tiny and I find it difficult to navigate it properly.

  10. guest-avatar

    professional pack apk Great tool. Has functionality equivalent to the namebrands. Reads & writes formats of a multitude of other products. Great VALUE !

  11. guest-avatar

    Oh heck yeah! $6 for an ad free full open source office suite was a no brainer. I vote with my dollars and I support open source every chance I get. Keep up the great work!

  12. guest-avatar

    Probably the best office suite available for phones and tablets. A faithful port of Open Office.

  13. guest-avatar

    This app is very easy comfort for using and also I can use both writter, exell,draw, and power point. Very useful application 👌

  14. guest-avatar

    Sorta works. Running a registered version on a Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 with Android 9. Minor quirks make it less than optimal. I've been able to work around most issues but it would be nice if it duplicated the functionality of MS Office. Uses the standard desktop interface which is less than optimal for a tablet/touchscreen. Fortunately, with the Samsung Galaxy I can connect to a full size display, bluetooth keyboard, and mouse. Using it without these accessories would be difficult at best.

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    Albert Tomscatt


    I paid, and have the pro version. Yet the app keeps trying to phone home, connect to doubleclick, and google urls. I gave you 8 bucks! NO ADS NO PHONING HOME NO SPYING!! WHY?

  16. guest-avatar

    Juan Álvarez Lozano


    Great work! Can perform FULL emergency last-minute editing of office documents on an 7" screen @@

  17. guest-avatar

    1King Of Wonders


    I have used everything else, but wanted a real, desktop office experience, without the cost overhead and gimmicks of those other office programs. Androgen Office, is the overwhelming perfect choice for my new Samsung Galaxy Tab s6. The pro pack, is well worth the minuscule cost of the upgrade. Keep developing this thing. Keep making it even better. Thank You, for such a thorough product, at such a great price point.

  18. guest-avatar

    I am really impressed. Android Open Office works just flawlessly on my phone and on my tablet and its files work seamelessly on my Windows Desktop. It works via Dropbox beautifully. I only use it for text so I can't speak for its other uses, but it is very good for basic text creation and editing.

  19. guest-avatar

    I liked the product until version 4.5. That's when the person who ported this software to an app decided to deny access to the 'Print' feature unless the user pays for the Pro edition. If the author wants me to pay then would you please offer a Grammar checker? Even with my current layoff situation I'll agree to pay for this product--it would truly make it worth it.

  20. guest-avatar

    OK, this is a third edit of my original review. I had some initial problems whch turned out to be operator error and I am happy now to give 5*. It's not perfect but as far as I am concerned it's the only app that lets me work easily with Open Office files on my Samsung tablet. So 5 it is.

  21. guest-avatar

    Adding language pack makes no difference. Deleted recent documents still display in 'RECENT' list. I am testing your product and so far it FAILS. Another Update and the problem remains. Using Spreadsheet. Write error continues. Will not save Excel 2007 xlsm file as Excel 2003 xml, not even after first saving as ODS file.

  22. guest-avatar

    I am able to edit Libre Office files though it is a bit cumbersome without a full functional mouse. One point of annoyance is having to save updates using the "Save As" function vs. the "Save" function. If I use the latter I sometimes receive an error message.

  23. guest-avatar

    Rainer Lauterburg


    I updated to the "professional" version for 8 € and since then it only indicates loading error and something about BASIC and that is it. No invitation to update. Complete waste of 8 € !

  24. guest-avatar

    Input methods with Samsung note spen dont work it moves the page around but you cant draw with it or insert symbols theres no settings for it. Even if you use the stylus to write it won't put spaces in. Its unusable on a galaxy note.

  25. guest-avatar

    Bernard Wolsieffer


    I love open source. I love the fact that this suite is Microsquish compatible. I do wish the keyboard shortcuts were more intuitive.

  26. guest-avatar

    How is possible that you cannot understand that when you tab on the page, the keyboard must appear? (you can keep the keyboard icon at the right bottom of the page, but also create this feature that when you tap on page the keyboard must appear). Also how is possible that you cannot understand, that when you tab continuously on page, the selection points must appear, so the users can drag those points as to select the text he wants to be copied? Correct these so you can get 5 star review........

  27. guest-avatar

    Works ok but does not appear to allow saving in different formats. Also, it can be difficult to exit from some menus as there is no cancel/close menu button in that menu. Cut and paste, import of images is very complicated.

  28. guest-avatar

    OMG This is such a lifesaver on the Chromebook. Easy to use, no nonsense, doesn't mess up the formatting of the XLS sheets, imported all the drop down menu info and everything. Absolutely Fantastic. Thank you so much for this!

  29. guest-avatar

    Good but using it is very difficult as the app doesn't fit in the screen. It should have a responsive design means it should resize itself according to screen size.

  30. guest-avatar

    Wow! Looks and acts like LibreOffice. Nice. Graphical optimization seems shaky, but performance-wise it seems fine. Will update if any issues arise.

  31. guest-avatar

    Excellent. All the features of a desktop app (great), but also the interface of a desktop app (not so great). Devs managed though to make it easy to use.

  32. guest-avatar

    Dennis Van Slambrouck


    It's great for what I need. I don't need all the bells and whistles that Excel provides and would never use. Simple to use for even an old guy like me!

  33. guest-avatar

    I have used a version in my business on my computer. I was able to build multiple linked spreadsheets. It worked better than ms suite.

  34. guest-avatar

    Ibrahim ahmed ibrahim


    Getting windows full office into mobile is miracle .. great work !

  35. guest-avatar

    Useful for looking at documents on the phone. Also for minor updates to documents on the move. I am still using it.

  36. guest-avatar

    OK for basic stuff like spreadsheets, but the Calc (database) is unusable to create or open exisiting openoffice files. Right click doesn't work at all....!

  37. guest-avatar

    Great app. Works great with the documents created on the desktop version of the open office.

  38. guest-avatar

    The app interface reminds me of the word processing programs I had to use in school during the '90s. I can dig it.

  39. guest-avatar


  40. guest-avatar

    Quite excellent. Im a basic user. Yet this app meets my needs perfectly. Used free for a month. Bought pro. P2XL

  41. guest-avatar

    The spreadsheet is a full featured app that seems to do EVERYTHING that the Windows version of Open Office Calc does. It just plain works.

  42. guest-avatar

    I ain't buying without free trial...don't need ads not free if you can't use like buying a car without engine .I'll pass..

  43. guest-avatar

    Works well even on a small mobile screen using a Bluetooth mouse and keyboard.

  44. guest-avatar

    At this point in time, I am impressed by this app. However, I have not had the time to fully test the app's security and privacy.

  45. guest-avatar

    Excellent, though a little restrictive on screen display but I guess that's due to phone limitations

  46. guest-avatar

    this is an excellent app I would recommend it for someone who wants to have office functionality with their mobile.

  47. guest-avatar

    Terry Letchworth


    Excellent, they could teach courses on this with all the features available.

  48. guest-avatar

    Seems to be a clone of Libre Office which, if so, is not saleable under the GPL..

  49. guest-avatar

    Excellent. Some functions work better than the desktop version.

  50. guest-avatar

    I find Open Office friendlier and easier to use than MS Office

  51. guest-avatar

    Incredibly user unfriendly, cant even close the help menu without closing the app and losing document

  52. guest-avatar

    Can't install on Samsung's a7 mobile. I tried for three times . Give solution

  53. guest-avatar

    Garbage. Full screen Ads pop-up constantly.

  54. guest-avatar

    I am glad to be able to work with openoffice docs on android! Thanks a lot, Josef

  55. guest-avatar

    Iskandar Ab. Rashid


    Useful and convenient. Still have room for improvement.

  56. guest-avatar

    Branko Petrovic


    By far, the best mobile document editor.

  57. guest-avatar

    Does not work on my note pad at all its open up but than you can not do nothing

  58. guest-avatar

    It's pretty much unuseable with a tablet and keyboard - I love open office, but the text input and screen rendering are awful in this version - that I paid for!! The project has been around for a few years now and even though it has come on quite a lot an does have the ability to save to a NAS, with most other Android apps don't have, it's still far far behind where it should be!

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    Victoria Elledge


    First try. I just converted a jpg file that was not rotated. It was a diagram. I did not expect it to convert it at all. There were some diagonal words that converted but not quite as well as the horixontal or vertical words. It left out the arrows which is understandable. I was amazed. Now i am going to put it into an affinity publication which i will have to copy and paste but doable.

  60. guest-avatar

    Horrible UI, it's totally desktop UI... And I got MESSY CODE from Chinese pptx

  61. guest-avatar

    Very good BUT no odt file support direct from android files I have to load from within app and only states view mode only Please advise if I've got this wrong I'll give it 5 stars if so

  62. guest-avatar

    So far the app does everything I need it to do. It is working well on a WalMart tablet.

  63. guest-avatar

    I Like this app. But Urdu language typing is not support. Please Add Urdu language typing.

  64. guest-avatar

    Now won't let you print without buying..DO NOT DOWNLOAD OPEN OFFICE WAS ALWAYS FREE NOW THEY FORCE YOU TO PAY!

  65. guest-avatar

    Robin E. Douglas


    I use the "Pro" version and, really like this program. Sometime ago (years) I had orignanlly given it 4 star because it was pretty rough around the edges. I was using it today and realized I should update my review. It got the 5th star not only because it is easier to use but also because I saw how much the author pays attention to it. A recent version broke the usage of my external keyboard space bar. Within a day a new version was released and it was fixed.

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    Malcolm Matusky


    The demo seemed to work, so I bought it and now it's worthless. The spell check doesn't work, keeps scroling through every langeuage and won't stop. Now the text cannot easily be selected and it's too frustrating to use on my new-ish Android tablet. Update: I uninstalled the software and reinstalled it after "upgrading" to the professional version. The ability to move the curser is now OK, but no spellcheck??? Downloaded all additional apps, no spellcheck at all.

  67. guest-avatar

    I use it all the time - works fine on my tablet

  68. guest-avatar

    This app would be at least 4 stars if the copy and paste function was usable. If it is, then I certainly can't figure it out, and I have over 20 years of experience working with computers and programs. I have contacted the author of this program concerning this, and asking him if he would make this function more user-friendly. Hopefully he will understand me, and will respond with an update.

  69. guest-avatar

    HP 11 Chrome book and files on SD card. Unable to edit files. Saw a post from someone with a tablet (Android 4.4) and response to check settings. Unable to find Settings in either the app or Files app. Also, a check of the file on the SD card shows Read/Write permissions. I can open the file but can't save it on the SC card. AndrOpen Office shows great promise. As with any app there will be problems. Good to see you are addressing these as they arise.

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    Chris BrossardFive


    An absolutely herculean effort to port OpenOffice to Android. I've only ever used Writer, but it has been extremely helpful to be able to use OpenOffice on my phone. There is one bug in Writer which should be fixed: when carriage return is tapped when the typing cursor is at the end of a line of text, the last word on that line is moved to the next line (instead of just moving the typing cursor to the next line).

  71. guest-avatar

    There is no way to select text in order to copy & paste. I spent an entire day researching this on the Net. This is a PC app shrunk down for use on a large tablet. Useless for a cell phone.

  72. guest-avatar

    Very simple and intuitive.

  73. guest-avatar

    Good start! I've been waiting for a proper port of OO or Libre for a long time! Thanks for providing this! Took me a while to figure out how to launch this in desktop mode.. . The ad's are annoying when closing and opening but thats something I can live with. Just needs some fine tuning and optimization improvements. On my Tab6 it lags a little when scrolling but overall good job!

  74. guest-avatar

    Works like the PC version but can't get spell check working and even simple formula won't work. Update : I installed all free option packs and get most things working except chinese, I can get custom fonts on the cells (sheet) but the top input bar still showing blocks. I am a long time user of Open/Libreoffice on Linux, and the Android version works just like the full blown version on the PC, but considering tackling all the features on a tiny touch screen is a nightmare, even I've a 10" tablet I still got headache doing it, I mean real headache ! Although I've keyboard mouse attached it still very trouble to work on the Android, the operation is quite different and limited on the mobile device, the read only problem on external drive is another headache to me, so that simply porting a successful app onto the device will not make it great ! I do not consider pay for it until it has improved to work as easy as other similar office suite, that I spent long time trying before I re-post this review.

  75. guest-avatar

    Paul Douglas Franklin


    I have been using this for several years on my phone. I have a spreadsheet with which I track my insulin need and use. It usually works great, but occasionally fails to save. Not sure whether it is Andropen or Dropbox that fails. Thinking about upgrading to pro but not sure how.

  76. guest-avatar

    Peter Lloyd-Jones


    For the last 6 hours has been trying to download an update?

  77. guest-avatar

    For someone that isn't office savvy it will drive you crazy. As I type this my friend is attempting to find a draft I tried to save could not figure out how. Then I tried to send it to my email but when I opened the email it is blank. I spend 2 hours that I can't get back now I have to recreate it. This was a draft of a presentation I'm giving.

  78. guest-avatar

    Good Job Well Done. Seems to have all relevant options available in the software. EDIT Dec 2019 : After using the paid version for a few months there is one extremely annoying bug. The first character you enter into a spreadsheet cell is always deleted ie if you want to have Costs in a cell you have to enter CCosts Bill

  79. guest-avatar

    This app tries super hard to look like a classic text editor from the 90's. So much in fact that it's just as clunky and dated as they used to be. Attempted to use with Samsung Dex and realized I could just be using Google docs for free - If this felt like a feature rich platform that was made for people of this decade it could be a real hit, but it really isn't - if cloud options or paid apps aren't an option, it works I guess, but you're going to be upset you can't use something else.

  80. guest-avatar

    Always loved openoffice its great they have an android app

  81. guest-avatar

    Carrage return doesnt work just double clicks.

  82. guest-avatar

    I have a Planet Computers Gemini PDA and needed a proper spreadsheet program for it. This provides just that and the files are compatible with my home computer Open Office program so I can copy them back and forth and update files whilst out and mobile AND I don't need any internet connection for it to work on the Gemini. There are a few bugs still, but overall it is good and better than any other offering on an Android OS (v7.1.1) based PDA. Only needed support once and that was good too.

  83. guest-avatar

    Regan Macreadie


    Great app for quick edits and data entry, spreadsheets are less functional because it is based on open office instead of the more functional libreoffice. But the Libre port is no where near as stable and functional as this app. All and all i wouldnt be without it.

  84. guest-avatar

    Izuddeen Alhalmi


    Keeps creating unreadable files especially word documents. Other apps never read documents created by this app inspite of the fact that this app contains unique features but for itself not to be read or modified by other apps if the same category and job. Please do reply why and try to improve!

  85. guest-avatar

    Prithwish Chatterjee


    Lots of desktop features are not present at this moment. Also, selecting text is not a simple task. Odt - documents are not represented by AndrOpen Office icons. It needs to be corrected. The whole App should be redesigned. I give 3 stars for the tremendous effort.

  86. guest-avatar

    Great app Thanks for creating this application It is a helpful application

  87. guest-avatar

    Steve Doesitmatter


    Great free app why pay for office software

  88. guest-avatar

    Daniel Rutenberg


    I have experimented with many Chromrbook word processors. Linux and subscription apps excluded, this app plus its bargain premium pack offer the best Android writing experience available. Android Open Offive belongs on every Chromebook used for more than emaii, browsing, and media consumption.

  89. guest-avatar

    So far the app has done everything I've needed it to do (text documents and spreadsheets). I'm able to save files locally on my chromebook which is awesome. I'll update if I come accross anything that doesn't work well, but this is a pretty sweet suite!

  90. guest-avatar

    Had an initial hiccup over getting write access to the SD card. I was unable to to follow the advice emailed by the developer because after beginning in the known right place I only got to step 2 before my screen diverged from the developer's screenshots. Nevertheless I got it working.

  91. guest-avatar

    Works very well, not so fast as the laptop version, but anyway there everything works faster. BETTER for sure than Word, which did not save properly. And anyway has all the options while Word offers ridiculously few.

  92. guest-avatar

    I've had this for a short while now, and so far it is the most 'Office' like office app I've used. It can be a little slow on some things, but that's probably just my low-ish end Chromebook rather than the app. I may well buy this!

  93. guest-avatar

    After few days of use, I retract my old review. I would say it is different from others office app. Once get use to it, it is a nice app. Smooth and meet my expectation.

  94. guest-avatar

    It is what it says on the tin. Which is good, because I have no intrest in cloud storage. However, it is a bit unstable so saving early and often is nessisary. Would have rated it higher if not for that.

  95. guest-avatar

    All is well, but there some languages do not support (like- Bengali, Hindi etc.) in this app. Kindly fix it

  96. guest-avatar

    So far so good. It's why I put 5 *. But I'm still evaluating it, and didn't finish yet. So changes in rating may occur later on. Right now, I didn't find the command "freeze". Hope it's there, because it's very important for those like me who work on large sheets.

  97. guest-avatar

    I will start with a 3 star rating because this app is available for android. * I have a question that will determine whether I use this app or uninstall it: * Is it possible to sync this app with the desktop version of Open Office so that if I create and edit that same document on either version? I will re-evaluate the rating once I get an answer to the above question. At that point I would even consider purchasing the Pro version of the android version.

  98. guest-avatar

    A little complicated, but very nice, lots of features. Filled with ads and deceptive install popups unrelated to the language pack just installed, though. Uninstalling.

  99. guest-avatar

    Great app! Just two bugs I saw so far... when I start writing, it always doesn't type the first letter. And the severe one: NO AUTOSAVE!!!!

  100. guest-avatar

    I tried this on my S10+ phone and found it totally unusable. Much of the UI is designed for a mouse. The description says for Android. It should be more clear that it is only for large screens not phones.