iPhone and iPad apps tagged "MS Excel."
Interview with Christopher York, Blue Ox Technologies
Blue Ox Technologies has been in business as a consulting firm since 1998 and has been designing iPhone apps since July 2008. The company’s most popular app is the word game Moxie, which is like a mashup of Solitaire and Upwords, Christopher York, of Blue Ox, told AppCraver recently.
Quickoffice Suite For Word, Excel and File Transfer
Quickoffice Mobile Office Suite, from Quickoffice, is an overhaul of its versatile Quickoffice Mobile Pro, an app that combined Excel editing and file transfer functions.
The big news here is Quickoffice Mobile Office Suite now features the ability to view, create and edit Word documents.
Timewerks Puts Mobile Billing Right to Work
Well-crafted billing apps for the iPhone and iPod touch are as hard to find as a sinner on Sunday, but Sorth's Timewerks: Mobile Billing is the best one I've come across.
The problem I have with most of these apps is that they are often tedious to use or lack essential features.
Interview with David Halpin, VP Engineering, Quickoffice
Quickoffice started working on mobile iPhone apps for the Palm platform in the mid '90s and saw an opportunity to extend its office app development expertise to the iPhone when Apple launched it last year.
Mariner Calc Goes Head to head with MobileFiles Pro for Excel files
Mariner Software's Mariner Calc is the second app that I've looked at on the App Store's productivity shelf capable of viewing and editing Microsoft Excel spreadsheet (.xls) files. The first was Quickoffice's MobileFile's Pro, which I liked very much.
InerTrak Marks Time for Freelancers and Solo Workers
Inertron Software's InerTrak is designed for freelancers and others who work solo and who need to track their clients, the number of hours they devote to a project and calculate how much they're owed based on their hourly rates.
MobileFiles' Excel Editing and File Transfer Make for Potent Combo
Editor's note: MobileFiles Pro has been replaced by QuickOffice Pro.
I reviewed QuickOffice's MobileFiles (the free version) file transfer app for Apple's MobileMe iDisk not too long ago and I liked it very much.
Quickoffice's MobileFiles Provides Fast Access to MobileMe's iDisk
Editor's Note: MobileFiles has been replaced by Quickoffice Lite.
Quickoffice, which built its reputation on developing office suite apps for the Nokia S60, Symbian and Palm OS platforms, has now put itself on the iPhone.
Gas Cubby Has a Groovy Kind of Thing Going
With three cars and a motorcycle in our household, I'm constantly trying to stay on top of scheduled maintenance. When was the last time I changed the oil in my wife and daughter's cars? I know I wrote the mileage and date down on a piece of paper, but where did the paper go?
iSpreadsheet: An iPhone Excel app for number crunchers
Editing documents has been one of the major holes in the iPhone experience. While the e-mail and other apps give a solid performance in letting one view and send files, the ability to manipulate them has been lacking.
Trip Cubby the mileage app
Trip Cubby may have nothing to do with animals but it is a bear of an application. It’s a fully functional utility application that allows users to track their billable mileage for deductions and expenses.
Forget AirSharing. Box.net Offers Free Cloud Storage on iPhone
One of the most popular (and discussed) application uses for the iPhone has been document storage. First there was DataCase and Readdle Docs — two paid apps that allowed you to store files on your iPhone using a very cryptic (and often flawed) synchronization method.
The First SpreadSheet now Available on iPhone
Several apps on the iPhone (for example datacase) allow you to view spreadsheets, but none -- up until now -- actually let you create your own spreadsheet on the iPhone. London based SoftTalk, an enterprise software company that started in 1994, has the honor of being the first company to fill that void.
Interview with Alec Bellanca of Feldspar Apps
AppCraver recently spoke with Alec Bellanca from Feldspar Apps, creator of Aqua. He answered our questions about developing apps for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
1. When did you start developing apps for the iPhone?
10 Things Apple Needs To Do To Fix The iPhone
The iPhone 2.0 is only 70 days old, and over 12 million units have been sold. The AppStore is a huge success. iPhone firmware 2.1 fixes many of the bugs. But there a lot more things that need fixing.
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