Available immediately through Android Market, Documents To Go Standard Edition for Android version 1.0 enables users of handsets such as T-Mobile's G1 to work with files created in Word and Excel.
Documents To Go is already available for Windows Mobile, Symbian, BlackBerry, Palm OS and the iPhone.
DataViz said that Documents To Go is not just a viewer, but a complete solution with a full range of viewing and editing features. It supports Microsoft Office file formats from 97 through to 2007, and Office for Mac formats up to 2008.
The firm also said that a free beta version of its RoadSync tool is now available on Android Market, which uses Microsoft's ActiveSync protocol to access email on Exchange 2003 and 2007 mail servers.
"Whether you are a corporate customer or a student, you can instantly extend the capability of your Android-powered handset to get more done with Documents To Go and RoadSync," said DataViz product manager Ilya Eliashevsky.
Documents To Go for Android is currently available at an introductory price of $19.99 (£14), compared with the standard price of $29.99 (£21). The RoadSync beta will be free to download until 31 May 2009.
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