Quickoffice has updated its office suite for Apple's iPhone, adding a number of editing enhancements to its word processor and spreadsheet tools.
Available immediately, version 1.2.0 of Quickoffice for iPhone adds auto-correction with predictive text to the Quickword tool, along with a Find function and the ability to adjust the indentation level of bulleted or numbered lists.
The Quicksheet tool adds a landscape editing mode, dynamic updates of cell ranges and formulas when copying and pasting cells, plus a faster and easier way to build formulas, according to Quickoffice.
The suite was launched at the CTIA Wireless 2009 show earlier this year.
Quickoffice said that it plans to add support for Microsoft Office 2007 file formats in a future update, along with the ability to edit email attachments.
The suite is available as a paid download from Apple's iPhone App Store for $19.99 (£12.19). The individual Quickword, Quicksheet and Quickoffice Files are also available separately.
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