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Who needs Microsoft Office on Android when we have Cloud On

Basically, it allows us to open Microsoft Office documents, which includes text documents, spreadsheets and presentations. But besides all that, we can edit them, one of the characteristics that one looks for when he wants an application of this type, being able to edit documents with a .doc extension directly in the application itself. Cloud On lets do it. In addition, we can also virtually open PDF documents or JPG, GIF, PNG images, etc.

Another of the most remarkable features of Cloud On is that it allows us to synchronize the application with our accounts in the Cloud, so that we can open the documents that we have there directly in the application. Specifically, it has support for four storage services in the Cloud. Obviously, Google Drive is one of them, but we also have DropBox, Box, and even Skydrive, Microsoft’s service.

Yes, Cloud On it has a drawback, and that is that it works in the Cloud, virtualizing all executions. This is not a problem when we have an Internet connection, but it prevents us from using the application if we do not have one, since we cannot open any files. Obviously, this inconvenience will be very important for all those users who do not have a data connection and want to have the documents where they do not have an Internet connection. However, it is a great alternative to Microsoft Office for those who do have a data connection on their Android smartphone or tablet. CloudOn is a free application, and it is available on Google Play.