DataViz plans to release a new version of its Documents To Go software for Google Android, complete with support for Microsoft 2010 documents.

Documents to Go has been offering software for iPhone, Android, Blackberry, and Palm WebOS phones for a while. The software lets you view and edit docs created in Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files as well as PDF documents.

Version 3.0 for Android will be the first version of Documents To Go to support Office 2010. DataViz plans to demonstrate the software at Google I/O this week.

In addition to support for Office 2010, the new version has a redesigned user interface, an improved file browser, support for multitouch gestures in the PDF viewer, and a new desktop app that enables 2-way file synchronization.

Documents To Go 3.0 for Android will normally cost $29.99, but at launch DataViz plans to sell it for a promotional price of $14.99. There will also be a free version which lets you view docs, but not edit them. The apps should be available from the Android Market within the next few weeks. The apps will be available for all devices running Google Android 1.5 and up.

via the::unwired

Brad Linder

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2 replies on “Documents To Go 3.0 for Android will support MS Office 2010 files”

  1. Any word on if this will be a free upgrade for current Documents2Go users? (I'm assuming so, but I just want to make sure)

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