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Description

AO Office is the world's first porting of OpenOffice for iOS 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.
AO Office has 5 components:
- Text Document (ODT)
- Spreadsheet (ODS)
- Presentation (ODP)
- Drawing (ODG)
- Formula (ODF)
* AO Office is a forked project from the Apache OpenOffice project.
AO Office is not affiliated with the Apache OpenOffice and LibreOffice project.

■ Features ■
- View / edit / import / export documents
- High reproducibility for Open Document Format
- Export and import documents as PDF
- Formatting paragraphs
- Create stylized text with special effects
- Support for extensive file formats
- Support for embedded object
- Support for Dropbox / iCloud Drive / Google Drive / OneDrive / Box / NAS / WebDAV
- Support for Audio and Video
- Support for recovering the unsaved work

■ Supported File Formats ■
AO Office can open and save to:
- 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 / XML)
- HyperText Markup Language (HTML)
- Adobe Photoshop (PSD)
- Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG)
- Windows Metafile (EMF / WMF)
- Tagged Image File Format (TIFF)
- Data Interchange Format (DIF)
- SYLK (SLK)
- Portable Anymap Format (PBM / PGM / PPM)
- OS/2 Metafile (MET)
- Sun Raster Image (RAS)
- Mac Pict (PCT)
- X PixMap (XPM)
- StarView Metafile (SVM)
AO Office can open:
- 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)
AO Office can save to:
- PlaceWare (PWP)
- Macromedia Flash (SWF)
- JPG / GIF / PNG / BMP

■ Gesture Assignments ■
- Hard Press or 2 Finger Tap = Context Menu
- Pinch In & Out = Zoom In & Out
- Drag = Scrolling
- Drag with Hard Press or 2 Finger Tap = Drag & Drop

■ Limitations ■
- Not supported for macro

■ Contact Us ■
Email: support@office700.com
Twitter: @office700

What’s New

Version 4.1.9

Version 4.1.9
Bug fixes for picture and video toolbar on iPad

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
119 Ratings

119 Ratings

Jargonistic ,

At last!

So glad to have a functional iOS app for ODS spreadsheets. Now the Open Document format works across the multiple platforms I use - Mac, Linux, Windows 10, and iOS, and I don’t need Office 365. While the menu system is taking some getting used to, it provides me with what I need.

ZanziB777 ,

I’m shocked this has over a 4 rating...

This is so buggy that it makes working on a document impossible. First problem I encountered was resizing the document on the screen. I pinched to make it smaller, nothing moved, so I pinched the screen again, still nothing. Repeated again. Still nothing. I thought the program had frozen. Then suddenly the screen jumped and all the pages in the document were tiny thumbnails. So I had to repeat this in the other direction. I never could get the page on the screen to be the size I wanted, because it doesn’t move with you. You have to make the motion and guess where might be good, then remove your fingers and wait for several seconds to see if it is right.

Next problem was in scrolling. It operated much then same as the zoom in / out. Very glitchy and non responsive. Also, there was one page in my document that every time it scrolled to the bottom of that page, it would jump back to the top of it. It wouldn’t scroll past that page, even though there were more pages in the document.

The layout is also very unfriendly. The icons in the ribbon are so squished together that they are all truncated and unlegible, even though there is plenty more space in the ribbon and they could be much larger.

I used this for five minutes and knew that even with Pages’ limitations and the annoyance of not having Word on here, I’d go crazy trying to overcome the shortcomings of this program.

Save yourself some coffee money and avoid this program!

denris97 ,

Another step in narrowing the gap

This app makes it a step closer to helping iPads replace laptops!
Not going to say it is perfect, but it at least can get the job done! Also will probably only get better with time!

App Privacy

The developer, Akikazu Yoshikawa, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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