Quickoffice has released an update for its iPad app, which incorporates additional management features and support for Huddle and SugarSync cloud storage services to help increase productivity on the move.
Version 1.2.0 supports multitasking and integrates with cloud services Huddle and SugarSync. This offers customers flexibility while editing on the move, Quickoffice said in a blog post.
Huddle is a file storage, project management and collaboration tool, while SugarSync is an online backup, file sync and sharing service that allows users to access documents from any location. This could help to overcome the lack of USB and SD card support on the iPad.
Management features have also been added to Quickoffice. Users can select, copy, paste, move, download or transfer multiple files from both the tablet and cloud at the same time.
The ability to search the iPad’s local drive and cloud storage programs for file names has also been incorporated. This is likely to save business users from searching through hundreds or thousands of files when on the move.
Support for PowerPoint editing is also scheduled to be added in January 2011.
“Providing a free update as promised to PowerPoint editing is our top priority. The Quickoffice apps will include the most robust PowerPoint editors available in the App Store, and it’s taking a little extra time to get everything just right,” the firm added.
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